Secretary of State, towns come to agreement on town meeting postponement
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Exactly when – or if – New Hampshire is rocked by another town meeting day blizzard is unclear.
But after three years of acrimony between towns and the Secretary of State’s office over how to proceed, lawmakers may have a solution that all sides can go along with.
In a unanimous vote Thursday, the Senate passed Senate Bill 104, which would allow towns to postpone and reschedule elections in weather and other emergencies.