Henniker Sues Homeowner After Approving Driveway and Ditch Design…Legal fees over $7,300 and counting….

DITCH WITCH LARGE Back on September 19th, OHB filed a Right to Know Request seeking the legal bills for the ongoing conflict with a homeowner on Davison Road.

At that time, I was told that my Right to Know request had to be reviewed by town counsel. (more money unnecessarily spent)

The Town forwarded those records to me on Friday September 27, 2019. Upon review of those legal bills it appears that Henniker filed a Complaint against the homeowner in Merrimack County Superior Court last June.

As of August 31, 2019 more than $7,300 of your taxes has been spent suing a homeowner over an esoteric nuance in the deeded property lines along Davison Road.

The homeowner and his attorney, appeared before the Board of Selectmen in late summer/early fall 2018. It was made clear at that time, that upon completion of the Rte. 202/9 by pass, an extremely rare and unconventional conveyance of the Davison Road property to the Town of Henniker had occurred.

Upon receiving the Town Approved Driveway Permit, the homeowner improves the ditch as per the plan.

APPROVAL BOX 2

Seriously select-board members, if you have no other problem solving skills other than taking this homeowner to court, over such a rare set of circumstances….you ALL should step down!

OHB…keeping it real… making it easier for you to find the facts so you can draw your own conclusions…..

“There are things public officials would never do if they thought somebody might call them out on it.”

september 28, 2019

http://www.onlyhennikerbruce.com

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