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Northern Pass will no longer air commercial with out-of-date ID

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To The Daily Sun,
Recently I publicly complained about the misleading commercial WMUR-TV has been airing about the Northern Pass project.
In the commercial, Doug Boyd of Franklin made a statement to the effect there he was the police chief. He is a retired police chief and currently serves of the city council.
Last week I received a letter from the Northern Pass information office thanking me for bringing this to their attention. The letter states that the interview with Boyd was from a few years ago and has been updated. The letter also says that commercials which air in there future will be up-to-date with Boyd's current information. I have not seen any commercial featuring Boyd since I went public with my complaint.
Once again I state that I am neither for or against the Northern Pass Project. I just don't like misleading commercials which don't tell the truth.

Gordon D. King
Laconia