Must have been today. I did not know about this meeting as they did not post their agenda upon the Secretary of State's web page for state agency agendas (our FOIA Act requires this posting).
I had the same issue with a previous meeting. I filed a complaint with the FOIC concerning both meetings.
But, if Scott thinks that the decision would mean anything in respect to a similar case (if he again refuses to show his permit) then he should read the case:
Thomas Germain v. Town of Manchester et al
decided 6 JAN 2011
This case details that past decisions of an agency (like the BFPE) would not be binding upon the agency in another case.
Of course, I think that his case presents a question of law, I don't think that the basic facts were in doubt.
May have an appeal on this from the town...time will tell.
There has to be penalties included in the law to allow for a citizen to recover damages - this case never should have been a case at all.