Bill to create authority to develop State School land due for hearing
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A seven-member board would be given the power to direct the redevelopment of the old Laconia State School complex, including the subdivision of the property, and the sale of land and building to private parties, under a bill unveiled this week in the state Legislature.

The bill, sponsored by state Sen. Chuck Morse, would create an entity called the Lakes Region Development Authority to oversee the “expeditious and proper redevelopment” of the 235-acre property, which for many years was the site of the state institution for the developmentally disabled, and more recently a state prison.

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