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Planning Board Meeting

Tuesday, April 19, 2022 - 6:00pm

Tuesday, April 19, 2022, at 6:00 P.M.

Call to Order

Introduction of New Members and Appointment of Alternates
-Board to consider Tom Diveny’s application to sit on the Board as an alternate.

Approval of Agenda

1.Voluntary Lot Merger
Case #P22-10
Woodland Realty Rev. Trust, Beverly A. Kerins, Trustee, Owner
Map 46 Lots 16 & 17
Damon Drive
Voluntary Lot Merger
Lakeshore Residential (LR) Zone
Proposal: To merge Map 46 Lots 16 & 17 into one lot of record.

2.Completeness Review of Application and Public Hearing if Application is Accepted as Complete
Case #P22-11
SFC Engineering Partnership, Inc., Agent for Meadow Lark Holdings, LLC, Owners
Map 19 Lot 8-2
NH Route 28/1439 Wolfeboro Hgwy.
Final Major Site Plan
Rural (RU) Zone
Proposal: To add to the existing campground: 12 seasonal RV campsites, a bath house, and a pavilion.

Case #P22-12
Northam Survey, LLC, Agent for John Helie Life Estate, Owner
Map 29 Lots 65 & 66
Old Wolfeboro Road
Lot Line Adjustment
Residential Commercial (RC) Zone
Proposal: To adjust lot lines for two (2) lots of record, with Map 29 Lot 65 adjusted from 0.6582 AC to 0.3789 AC, and Lot 66 adjusted from 0.2888 AC to 0.5681 AC.

3.Design Review
Case #P22-13
Norway Plains Associates, Inc., Agent for Kemper Land Holdings, LLC, Owner
Map 19 Lot 32
67 Drew Hill Road
Design Review/Major Site Plan
Rural (RU) Zone
Proposal: To permit the construction of a 40’ x 60’ building and gravel parking area to be used as a Contractor’s Yard.

4.Completeness Review of Application and Public Hearing if Application is Accepted as Complete
Case #P22-14
Varney Engineering, LLC, Agent for Green Oak Realty Development, LLC, Owner
Map 5 Lot 72
NH Route 28/398 Suncook Valley Road
Excavation Permit Application
Rural (RU) Zone
Proposal: To continue the existing excavation pit operation.

5.Private Roads Building Permit Request
Case #P22-15
John & Jennifer Fisher, Owners
Map 39 Lot 45
Leigh Drive
Private Roads Building Permit Request
Lakeshore Residential (LR) Zone
Proposal: To apply for a building permit on the above named Private Road to construct a single-family dwelling.

Other Business:
1. Old Business:
a. Master Plan Update
i. Invoice #2022-119
b. NHMA to hold free virtual workshops for newly elected and/or experienced members on April 5th and May 17, 2022, from 9:00am to 4:00pm
c. NH Office of Planning & Development to hold free virtual workshops for their annual Planning & Zoning Spring Conference, which will be held on April 30th and May 7, 2022, from 9:00am to 12:00pm
d. The Board to make a motion authorizing and directing the Chair to sign the Cash Letter of Credit for W&W Ralph Trust, LLC/Ingalls Woods Subdivision.

2. New Business:
a. Approval of Minutes: Planning Board Meeting minutes of March 15, 2022

3. Correspondence for the Board's review/discussion/action:
a. Board to make a motion to release the remaining funds in the Stormwater Drainage Review escrow account for Piperdube, LLC, in the amount of $604.00; and authorize the transfer of said funds to be placed into an escrow account for Construction Observations.

4. Correspondence for the Board's information:
a. Amended Notices of Decision for Case #’s P22-02 for Dave Fuller/Route 28 Boat Storage; and P22-04 for Jeffrey and Van Hertel, Sr./Self-Storage Facility were drafted for the Chair to sign, due to a discussion that was held at the March 15, 2022, Planning Board meeting where the Board decided that since Site Plans could not be recorded at the Belknap County Registry of Deeds, Notices of Decision shall be recorded in their place.

Any Other Business to Come Before the Board
Russ Wilder sends his gratitude to the Board for his card and appreciated your best wishes to him.

Public Input on Non-Case Specific Planning Issues

Drew Carter, Planning Board Chairman

* If there is foul weather or a lack of a quorum, the Public Hearing on applications will be continued to Tuesday, May 17, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. at the Alton Town Hall.

**All meetings will last no longer than 10:30 P.M., with no new cases or hearings starting after 10:00 P.M., unless extended by a majority vote of the members present. Any items remaining as unfinished business on the agenda will be given priority on the agenda of the next meeting.


Posted 4/8/2022

Revised 4/15/2022

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