Huddy Grandy represents and advises New Hampshire municipalities on a wide range of issues, including environment, land use, and public utilities matters, zoning, administration and enforcement, municipal ordinances, road law right to know, contracts, and general government relations, among others.
Huddy also regularly advises and assists businesses in the regulated substances industry with local permitting matters, including site plan review, local performance standards, zoning requirements, variance and waiver applications, and change of use permits.
Huddy’s wealth of knowledge in land use and planning is derived from her multi-disciplinary background. Huddy worked as an Assistant City Solicitor for the city of Wilmington, Delaware, where she advised on environmental and public utility issues. She also served as a Program Manager for the city of Providence, Rhode Island where she worked to address urban blight and affordable housing. Huddy honed her expertise in the legal aspects of environmental issues while attending George Washington University Law School, where she served on the executive board of the Journal of Energy and Environmental Law.
In her free time, Huddy enjoys spending time swimming, gardening, kayaking on Great Bay, and playing ultimate frisbee. She resides on the New Hampshire seacoast with her family.
The George Washington Law School, J.D., 2014
Green Mountain College, B.A., summa cum laude, 2008
New Hampshire Bar Municipal and Governmental Section
New Hampshire Bar Association
American Bar Association
Delaware State Bar Association
From March 30, 2023 10:00 am
How to Handle a First Amendment Audit, NHMA Webinar
What does the First Amendment protect, and when does video recording of public officials in public buildings cross the line? Join Attorney Keriann Roman and HariNarayan (Huddy) K. Grandy of DrummondWoodsum who will provide legal and practice guidance on handling the so-called “First Amendment Audit.” This webinar will suggest do’s and don’ts’s when managing an auditor who is video recording in your town hall, suggestions for identifying and controlling access to “staff only” areas, and ensuring appropriate, non-confrontational access to public areas of town hall, along with a review of the First Amendment principles that apply.
From November 18, 2020 1:00 pm