CHAPTER 184 (SB 123)
AN ACT RELATIVE TO HOLDING EXECUTIVE SESSIONS
UNDER THE RIGHT TO KNOW LAW.
Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court
184:1 Executive Sessions. Amend RSA 91-A:3, II (supp) as inserted by
1967, 251:1 as amended by striking out said paragraph and inserting in place
thereof the following:
II. A body or agency may exclude the public only if a recorded roll call vote
is taken to go into executive session. A motion to go into executive session
stating which exemption under this paragraph is claimed shall be made only
when the body or agency is considering or acting upon the following matters:
(a) The dismissal, promotion or compensation of any public employee or
the disciplining of such employee, or the investigation of any charges against
him, unless the employee affected requests an open meeting.
(b) The hiring of any person as a public employee.
(c) Matters which, if discussed in public, likely would affect adversely the
reputation of any person, other than a member of the body or agency itself,
unless such person requests an open meeting.
(d) Consideration of the acquisition, sale or lease of property which, if
discussed in public, likely would benefit a party or parties whose interests are
adverse to those of the general community.
184:2 Effective Date. This act shall take effect 60 days after its passage.
[Approved June 10, 1983.]
[Effective Date August 9, 1983.]