Nickel & Diming(Hour 2b) The recent changes to the Manchester Right to Know policy imposes a pretty stiff fee for copies of government records.  Even when there are no copies.

Rich explained his recent encounter at the City Clerk’s office with a fee of $178.50 for electronic copies of their Voter List purge.

Is the City of Manchester breaking the law in assessing these new fees?

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