A Word to the Wise from Nashua

The Nashua School District (or its insurer) has to pay the former chairman of the Nashua Board of Education $60,000 as a result of a civil suit against Superintendent Mosley.  I am proud to say it was Manchester lawyer, Richard Lehmann, who got a favorable outcome on this case.

http://www.nashuatelegraph.com/news/local-news/2019/03/20/former-boe-members-lawsuit-against-superintendent-settled-for-60000/

The next time Timberlane’s superintendent calls police on an elected or former elected official, or issues public prohibitions about visiting schools and/or SAU offices to school district elective candidates, the school board, which has always looked the other way, should think twice about their indifference.

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