TOWNS, CITIES, VILLAGE DISTRICTS, AND UNINCORPORATED PLACES
DISPOSITION OF MUNICIPAL RECORDS
33-A:4-a Municipal Records Board.
I. There is hereby established a municipal records board consisting of the following persons or their designees:
(a) The director of the division of archives and records management.
(b) The director of the New Hampshire Historical Society.
(c) The state librarian.
(d) The presidents of the New Hampshire Tax Collectors' Association, the New Hampshire City and Town Clerks' Association and the Association of New Hampshire Assessors.
(e) The registrar of vital records.
(f) The secretary of state.
(g) A municipal treasurer or finance director appointed by the president of the New Hampshire Municipal Association for a 3-year term.
(h) A professional historian appointed by the governor and council for a 3-year term.
(i) A representative of the Association of New Hampshire Historical Societies appointed by its president for a 3-year term.
(j) A representative of the department of revenue administration.
(k) The state records manager.
II. The board shall elect its own chairman and vice-chairman. The board shall meet at the call of the chairman, but not less than once every 2 calendar years. Five members of the board shall constitute a quorum for all purposes. Board members shall serve without compensation. Administrative services for the board shall be provided by the director of the division of archives and records management who shall serve as secretary of the board.
Source. 1977, 358:3. 1985, 102:1. 1991, 197:1, eff. July 27, 1991. 2003, 97:4, eff. Aug. 5, 2003; 319:56, eff. July 1, 2003.