By Allison Teague/The Commons
BELLOWS FALLS—The Vermont Attorney General’s office says Rockingham Free Public Library Trustees Chair Jan Mitchell-Love had violated the Open Meeting Law several times this year, but said that there is no proof that she “knowingly and intentionally” did so.
That was the conclusion of Assistant Attorney General Bill Reynolds, who responded on Monday to complaints of violations of the law in a letter to Mitchell-Love.
The investigation stemmed from allegations filed in April, May, and June by Trustees Elayne Clift and Carolyn Frisa, and Adam and Debbie Wetzel.
Originally published in The Commons issue #234 (Wednesday, December 18, 2013). This story appeared on page A1.