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Conservation Mtg.

Thursday, July 28, 2022 - 6:00pm
122 Main St.
Alton, NH 03809

July 28, 2022 at 6:00 P.M. AGENDA

Members and others Present:
Gene Young, Chairman Dana Rhodes, Vice Chairman
Earl Bagley
Russ Wilder
Tom Diveny
David Mank
Reuben Wentworth, Selectman’s Rep

Members Absent: Call Meeting to Order: Approval of Agenda: Approval of Minutes:
July 14, 2022 minutes

(Any permit or application that has been signed off by the Chair or Vice-Chair is entered here for the record, unless any Commissioner has questions or comments)

Standard Wetlands Dredge and Fill Applications:
1) Standard Dredge and Fill Wetlands Permit Application – Charles Frank, 12 Temple Drive, map 53, lot 5
Rebuild existing U-shaped crib dock and permanent roof with new construction to be rotated counterclockwise to be perpendicular to shore. Additionally, full dimensional cribs to be permanently removed and pilings to be installed, reducing lakebed impact area significantly.

2) Standard Dredge and Fill Wetlands Permit Application – Joseph Doldo, 88 Rogers St., Map 54, lot 35
Repair existing deck area at shore and replace existing 6'-0" x 24'-8" permanent dock with a 6'-0" x 40'-0" seasonal dock.

3) Standard Dredge and Fill Wetlands Permit Application – Kevin McDonald & Chingju Jenny Chang, 13 Loon cove Road, Map 50, lot 15
The applicant is proposing to replace their existing permanent docking structure (175 sq. ft.) and removing the seasonal finger (240 sq. ft.) attached to it along Lake Winnipesaukee. Additionally, this project proposes the I installation of a new "U" shaped seasonal dock (601 sq. ft.) with an associated seasonal canopy (680 sq. ft.). These new structures will be located attached to the end of the replaced permanent docking structure. The new structures have been located here, due to the shallow water levels and large quantity of rocks/boulders being present around the permanent docking structure. In order to attain proper access to boat slip viable water (at least 3 ft. deep) the seasonal dock needs to be located further out into the water. Permanent impacts to the lake will be needed for the replacement of the permanent docking structure, the installation of the "U" shaped

seasonal dock, and the installation of the canopy. These permanent impacts will total approximately 1,456 sq. ft... This project in total will impact approximately 1,456 sq. ft. of the lake.

Shoreland Permit Applications:
1) Shoreland Permit Application – Bruce & Celeste Amlicke, 96 Black Point Road, map 45, lot 10 Project to effect 4487 sq. ft. to install infiltration drains, convert an impervious stone entrance to pervious cobblestone entrance, install pervious stone garage apron, install pervious patio with spa, install a pervious water access walkway with stone steps, convert and impervious stone patio to pervious stone patio, install stone steps, granite curbing, loam and seed exposed soils and previous lawn area.

2) Shoreland Permit Application – Gregory Arnold &Caroline Liberti, 158 Minge Cove Road, Map 60, lots 15 & 8
Construct an attached garage. Reconfigure the existing driveway to provide access to the garage. Install a septic system

3) Shoreland Permit Application – Littlemark Island Trust, Map 56, lot 22
Owners propose to raze the existing buildings on the island, and rebuild in the same location with slight deviation and a new 3000 gallon holding tank for the septic

Reoccurring/Unfinished Business & Projects:
1) Lake Lay Monitoring Program

2) Property monitoring and reports
Incident and trash at Stockbridge Forest

3) Green Oak Realty gravel pit

4) Natural Resource Inventory Update
Discussion: email from Stoney Ridge

5) Gilman Pond management plan
1) Review contract
2) Select contractor

6) Conserved Property signs

New Business:

Commissioner Reports:

Chairman Report-

Vice Chair Report-

Member Reports-

Notice of Intent to Cut Timber


Date and Time of Next Meeting:
August 11, 2022, 6:00 pm


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