After Ademo discovered a $50 ticket and a “red tag” warning on MARV I headed to Manchester, NH city hall and police department to get answers. Apparently Manchester police employee Kenneth Brunini (badge #32) thought my RV (a “recreational vehicle”) was a commercial vehicle. Also, when it suits his needs, Brunin’s colleague Dana Langton seemed willing to overlook certain text on paper he claims to enforce – in my situation the word “unattended” as used in RSA 262:32 II.
I also followed-up on previous requests for information by submitting documents to Brian Blais in the records division.
Hopefully I’ll soon get some accountability but as may be evident, going through the “official process” doesn’t often feel like the most-effective use of my time. Most folks I speak with tell me that they can’t help or that I have to speak with someone else or fill out such-and-such a form. Then wait. That said, I know documenting this process will be educational for others, which aligns with my primary motivation – to always continue to question and learn, and encourage others to do the same.