“Robin Hooders versus Meter Maids” Headed for New Hampshire Supreme Court

Is human generosity about to go on trial in New Hampshire? -LW

Posted: Oct 06, 2014 7:05 AM EDT
Updated: Oct 06, 2014 7:21 AM EDT

KEENE, N.H. (MyFoxBoston.com) — New Hampshire’s highest court will decide a battle over the actions of activists upset at meter maids in Keene.According to the union leader, the state Supreme Court will hear arguments next week in the case of the so-called “Robin Hooders”.

They are six people accused of walking around Keene with video cameras and spare change while filling expired parking meters before city employees can issue tickets.

The city sued the six suspects, claiming the group was interfering with the official duties of the parking enforcement officers.

A second suit asked for monetary damages.

Both claims were dismissed by a lower court. The city has appealed the decision.


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3 thoughts on ““Robin Hooders versus Meter Maids” Headed for New Hampshire Supreme Court

  1. Erissa C. Jooste says:

    How about govt bldg large parking gatsges where customers pay upon exit or buy monthly cards! PLENTY MONI FO GOVT! 🙂

    Metermaids can do security wprk in pkg garage instead! Plenty work! 🙂

  2. It is better to give than recieve ask any ticker reciever.

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