Miffed Conway School Board wants $2,500 back spent on disputed tiny house contest

Patti Phelps, left, an interior designer who helped design the disputed Laconia entry, shows off her creation to Janet Swanson of Freemont during the annual New Hampshire State Home Show at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)

CONWAY ? The Conway School Board has instructed Superintendent Kevin Richard and MWV Career and Technical Center Director Virginia Schrader to see if they can retrieve close to $2,500 that the district spent on the tiny house Kennett High School students built this winter.


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