and Public Notice
Larry T. Spencer, Chair
13 November 2005
Minutes of the 27 October Meeting
Minutes of the 15th
of September meeting were approved as distributed.
Permits and other matters
of Dembiec, Graton and Lessard items.
Propery—eroding embrankment. Jacque and and Anne made a June site visit,
but didn’t talk to owner.
Status of Master Plan—Chair
contacted Samantha Tilton of LRPC. She said that the Natural Resources
chapters were in the hands of the Planning Board. She also said that Mike
Lizzard is the liaison person between the town and LRPC.
of property adjacent to Pilote Property? Conversation with Roger LaRochelle
about same and about other matters in town.
Chair talked with
Roger on this matter. Alex does have a purchase and sales agreement.
When he talked with Roger, he indicated that he might enact an easement
for part of the property, but develop the remainder for homes ().
Roger also indicated
progress on the Peirce-Beij easement in East Holderness. The Commission
approved the following motion:
To contribute to the
costs of the easementfrom the
$2000 sum in “Other Professional Services” component of the budget.
Vote was 6 to 0. Note: The chair should indicate to Roger the sum of
$1000 (this means that our previous motion about matching $500 from the
selectmen by taking from our passbook and our book is negated.
of 2006 Budget –The following budget was adopted by a 6:0 vote
(costs for most meeting are between 30 to 35 per person)
Professional Services—2000 (We are looking into something similar to the
community Environmental Outreach Program at UNH. This program has
students do projects for local entities. The prices run from about 300
to 800 with 150 administrative fee) (We are also setting aside some
money to pay possible legal or other fees associated with new easements
in the community.)
and Subscriptions—300 (This covers membership in the NH Association of
Conservation Commissions and the NH Timber Owners Association—The Pilote
Property is a certified tree farm)
Supplies—300 (Lockable file cabinet and hanging file folders)
(Handbooks for new conservation commission members)
Request is 2950
submission of LCIP Monitoring Forms
and Jacque will do the Pilote Property and return form for next meeting
Environmental Outreach Program—Discuss information in brochure from UNH.
We should probably do something like this, but perhaps associate with the
Center for the Environment at PSU rather than UNH. Note budget item in
Commission Training Session—Woodsville. Chair will attend on behalf of
the commission. Jacque will try to rearrange work schedule so she can
is planning on attending, Reggie might go half day.
Trail work on Pilote
Property—Reggie will talk to some locals who have done such work for other
communities. We can use the other $1000 in the “Other Professional”
category. (Those materials should be purchased before 31 December, even
if we don’t use them before then)
Reggie mentioned an
attempt to contact William Russell about his property on Mt.Prospect. He wasn’t able to
make contact. Chair said that he would try (William Russell 781-259-4130
(office) 781-239-8604 (home).
Salt and Sand on
road—Brief discussion of this matter. Barbara will talk with Peter
Mike will ask Sam
Laverack about a 4 draw file cabinet.
Meeting Adjourned at
Fall Meeting Schedule:
December Town Hall
members in attendance
Anne, Mike, Reggie, and myself. Barbara Currier representing Selectboard