Attorney blasts Goffstown board's decision to rehear request
A new hearing would only be justified if the board believed that new facts existed that were not available at the original hearing, Sullivan said, calling the granting of the rehearing “arbitrary, capricious and illegal.”
ZBA members maintained that it is at the board’s discretion to hold a rehearing to review, clarify or change a decision.
“The point I’m making is under the statute you have to have a good reason, and the petition that’s presented, in my opinion, does not provide good reason,” Sullivan said.
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