The committee must also publicly release the emails in question. Last month, Harris received a split decision from the AGs office in OML complaints he filed against two Wayland boards. Harris complained the Board of Selectmen and Wayland Surface Water Quality Committee were not specific enough in notices for meetings in August and September 2012, in addition to complaining the latter committee did not follow procedure for remote participation by a member. Sclarsic wrote that the Wayland Surface Water Quality Committee violated the Open Meeting Law, but the Board of Selectmen did not. After another complaint by Harris, a Middlesex Superior Court judge stated in late May that the Board of Selectmen should not have gone into executive session on July 8 and 26, 2010, to discuss Town Center developer Twenty Waylands lawsuit against the Wayland Historic District Commission. The law firm Kopelman & Paige will be conducting a training course on the Open Meeting Law for Wayland board members on Thursday, Sept. 19 at 7 p.m.
That's exactly the kind of fight Zimbabwe will be looking for in Harare. It goes without saying that Zimbabwe will be challenged by Pakistan's spinners. However, with the conditions expected to offer the pacers a little bit of help in the mornings, Junaid Khan 's swing could be just as lethal as Saeed Ajmal's doosra. He had missed the second and third Tests of the South Africa series with a skin ailment, and will be keen to get back to the long format and improve on his promising start in Tests: he has 29 wickets in nine matches at 28.17, made all the more impressive by the fact that a chunk of his matches have come on the unresponsive First Financial UAE tracks. Team news Pakistan will take a call on Hafeez only on the morning of the match. It is very likely that he will be ready but if he doesn't play, Azhar Ali and the recalled Khurram Manzoor - who was brought into the squad after Imran Farhat opted out for personal reasons - are likely to open. Wahab Riaz, who was also recalled for this series, will probably partner Junaid with the new ball.
I think it will stall the economy," Morse said. That could affect Sen. Jim Rausch 's plan to file legislation raising the gas tax to pay for highway improvements. As Senate president, Morse will have the power to decide whether the Senate will consider a gas tax increase since the chamber voted not to consider bills similar to the tax hike passed by the House. Morse also has not changed his position on whether New Hampshire should expand Medicaid under the federal health care overhaul law. He said New Hampshire has to determine if it is in the state's best interest to expand the program and, if so, how. "I think we should have what works for New Hampshire. If that's nothing, so be it.