•Before 1967, there was no provision for eliminating
obsolete local records
105 (1967) created RSA 33-A which created a list with 44 schedules. It also allowedtowns to adopt a local records committee to oversee records management. Microfilming
was encouraged for several types of records.
231 (1969) added 2 categories of licenses to list of schedules
•Chapter 358 (1977) removed the schedules from
the body of the statutes, and created a state Municipal Records Board
to adopt administrative rules. The last iteration of the schedules by the
Board were the Rules of 1995 which had 105 records types listed.
•Chapter 187 (2005) reinserted the schedules into the
statutes; made the MRB advisory to the Secretary of State; and made a
preliminary stab at electronic records. The statute now contains 153 records