Deadline set for identifiers on for-profit MADD donation bins in NH
It’s been well over a year since the Attorney General’s Office first began looking into an agreement between MADD and CMRK Inc. of Northborough, Mass.
The AG’s office reached a negotiated agreement last year with CMRK’s president, Fawaz El Khoury, to add language to the bins to clarify the arrangement with MADD. That still hasn’t happened.
If her office does not hear back this week, Knowles said, “The attorney general will open an investigation.”
“We have to wait for a warm day to be able to put them on,” he said.
El Khoury said he expects the stickers will be on the bins by the end of March or “at the latest” by mid-April.As soon as the weather cooperates, he said, “It will be done.”
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