Keno-garten Conflicts On The Concord City Council?

CONCORD, NH — At least two Concord officials could have been – or may, in the future – be in conflict during official discussions about Keno in the city of Concord which has been put up for a vote this November. The issue arose during recent Concord City Council meetings after Mayor Jim Bouley – who co-owns one of the state’s most profitable lobbying and consulting firms, Dennehy and Bouley – stepped away from leading meetings due to his lobbying relationship with Intralot, the New Hampshire Lottery Commission’s Keno vendor. The first time, on Aug. 14, 2017, the mayor stepped away from the meeting but failed to announce why he was stepping away, something that council rules require. | More…

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