Attorney: building opponents are 'architectural anarchists'

PORTSMOUTH "Architectural anarchists" is how local attorney Peter Loughlin described a citizens group that brought the city to court on Thursday seeking to overturn approval of a large mixed-use development for 111 Maplewood Ave. The citizens group, which includes state Sen. Martha Fuller Clark, Clare Kittredge (a member of Portsmouth Now!), Karen Bouffard, George and Erica Dodge, Debra Dumont and the firm of Slattery & Dumont, was represented in Rockingham County Superior Court for Thursday's hearing by Portsmouth attorney Duncan MacCallum.


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