Today’s Union Leader editorial concerns my case.
The paper’s editorial board correctly concludes that default budgets should be much more transparent.
By way of a small correction, my case was not a Right to Know suit. Timberlane claims they do not have a line item default budget. The Right to Know law applies only to documents that exist, not documents that should exist. I was asking the court to compel the district to produce a line item default budget. My contention is that this is required by law.
My thanks to the Union Leader for their coverage of my case and their abiding advocacy for government transparency.