cc: Selectboard and
Larry T. Spencer, Chair
15 May 2006
- Approval of Minutes from the 15th
of April meeting (these are posted on the website: http://www.holdernessconservationcommission.org)
--Approved as distributed with minor change in 4 c from “to” to “two”.
- Permits and other matters
- Logging Permits
- Trapper Brown, Rt.
175, two permits
- Webster Property,
Perch Pond, one permit
- Lake Forest
Property—notice from DES indicated application was missing some data.
- Up Coming Meetings and
- 13 September—New
Hampshire Coverts Program. Must file
application by 12 June
- Summer 2006, Various
times and various courses dealing with GPS and GIS, Cooperative Extension
- Old Business
- Butternut Lane matters—Chair
mentioned e-mail response to memo sent to Peter was three in favor with
two not responding. The report of 17 May was accepted by the commission
by a vote of 5-0. If matters pertaining to changes at the Butternut
Lane property came up while chair was in Colorado,
they would be handled by Reggie.
- Letter to William
Russell re property on Mt.
Prospect (Chair)—Chair will
send letter and get in contact with Mr. Russell
- Progress with respect
to future trail work on Pilote Property (Reggie)—Reggie will continue to
work on this matter. Chair will get in contact with Tom Stepp to do the boundary on the Pilotte property.
- Memo to Plymouth
Conservation Commission and Planning Board—Memo was approved and sent to
Plymouth Planning Board, the Record Enterprise and to other Conservation
Commissions in the area.
- Letter to Fred Allen
concerning visit on the 19 of April—Letter was approved and sent to Fred
Allen and to the Ousteckys
- New Business
- Meeting and work schedule
for the rest of the spring and summer—meeting on the 14th of
June. It was decided to have a
social meeting with a visit to a town wetland. Some discussion was had as
to which wetland. Jacque suggested that we visit a non-designated wetland
adjacent to Mountain Road.
It was also noted that the 14th was a bad day and that we
should meet the 21st at Jacque’s house.
- Report on the Waukewan Watershed presentation—Chair mentioned the
major elements of the presentation and the relationship of the watershed
to Holderness. Only a small part of the watershed is in Holderness and
most of that is very rural.
- Report on the meeting
with Selectboard—Chair mentioned the combined board meeting and the major
outcomes. All members should now be receiving the minutes and agendas of
- Other Business
- File cabinet and file
folders—Barbara will look into this matter. We have run out of room to
file papers. Question also as to how to file materials. Planning Board is
now filing materials by lot number rather than names, as names change,
but lot numbers don’t.
- Brief discussion was
held on the Reynold’s subdivision application.
Anne or Barbara will represent the commission at the next meeting of the
Planning Board. It was also agreed that the commission should meet at
Jacque’s to see the effects of the spring rains on her property and how
those rains affect Owl Brook.
Spring Meeting Schedule:
21 June 2006
members in attendance
Barbara, Jacque, Anne, Reggie and myself. Guests:
Peter Francesco and Theresa Long.