After voting, the Town Council will be appealing a decision by the Zoning Board of Adjustment to grant a variance for a storage facility on Island Pond Road to the New Hampshire Supreme Court. The decision, which was recently been upheld by Rockingham Superior Court, will be appealed to the Supreme Court following a 5-2 vote by the council. Council Chairman Joshua Bourdon said during a Jan. 16 meeting.
After weeks of preparation, the proposed $86,261,396 budget for the 2018-19 school year totals $203,619 more than the previous year’s budget. The proposed spending plan was presented at the Jan. 9 School Board meeting by Business Administrator Jane Simard. Before beginning the presentation, she thanked the Fiscal Advisory Committee for volunteering their time in recent weeks to work on the project.
A decision by the Zoning Board of Adjustment to grant a variance for a storage facility on Island Pond Road has been upheld by Rockingham Superior Court. The court recently upheld the variance granted last year by the ZBA for the storage facility at 343 Island Pond Road, Town Administrator David Caron said in an email on Monday. The property owner Robert Allen can now proceed to the Planning Board, Caron said.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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