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Planning Board Mtg.

Tuesday, November 17, 2020 - 6:00pm

Tuesday, November 17, 2020, at 6:00 p.m.

UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE: To keep our members and staff safe, and to comply with RSA 91-A, the COVID-19 State of Emergency, and the Governor’s Orders on restrictions at public gatherings, the Town of Alton has moved from "in-person" meetings to "remote audio participation meetings”. To remotely attend the meeting (audio only) visit our website: for telephone access and remote access instructions listed under News and Announcements on the home page (you can access an audio/video livestream listed under RESOURCES), or telephone the Planning Department at (603) 875-2162 between 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM for more information, and for the Dial-in Code and Meeting ID for each Planning Board meeting.


Call to Order

Assignment of Alternate

*Reminder: Any Other Business to Come Before the Board and Public Input on Non-case Specific
Planning Issues have been put on hold until further notice, as voted on at the May 12, 2020, meeting. If the public does have any input on those two items, they should contact the office to be scheduled at a future meeting.

Approval of Agenda

Joint Meeting with Zoning Amendment Committee (ZAC)
The Alton Zoning Amendment Committee will present their recommendations for proposed amendments to the Zoning Ordinance to the Alton Planning Board. Copies of the draft proposed zoning amendments are available from the Planning Department.

1. Conceptual Consultation (Continued from October 20, 2020)
Case #P20-14
David M. Dolan, LLS, of David M. Dolan Assoc., PC, Agent for Wentworth Cove Realty, LLC, c/o Michael Cikacz, Owner
Map 12 Lot 2, Wolfeboro Hgwy (NH Rte. 28)
Conceptual Consultation/Major Site Plan
Residential Rural (RR) Zone

Proposal: To propose use of the property as a condominium type of ownership, consisting of a private, gated storage facility with a common management office.

2. Completeness Review of Application and Public Hearing if Application is Accepted as Complete
Case #P20-18
Paul Zuzgo, LLS, of Prospect Mountain Survey, Agent for William L., Thomas M., and Nancy C. Moore, Owners, and James & Allison R. Brown, Applicants
Map 9 Lot 35, Moore Farm Lane
Final Major Subdivision
Residential Rural (RR) Zone

Proposal: To subdivide a five (5) acre parcel off Tax Map 9 Lot 35. The lot will require Moore Farm Lane to be extended approximately 650 feet.

3. Design Review
Case #P20-19
Peter W. Howard, P.E., of Steven J. Smith & Assoc., Inc., Agent for Christian Camps & Conferences, Inc., c/o Rob Strodel, Owner
Map 18 Lot 15, 34 Camp Brookwoods Road
Design Review/Major Site Plan
Lakeshore Residential (LR) Zone

Proposal: To construct a 52’ x 72’ year-round two-story with basement residential building for Camp Deer Run, entitled “Falcon Cabin”, with a maximum capacity of 25 residents. Water will be from an existing well; it will have its own septic; electricity and other pole based utilities will come from an adjacent building via underground conduits.

Other Business:
1. Old Business:
a. Updating the Alton Construction Observation Guidelines, Site Plan Regulations, and Subdivision Regulations

2. New Business:
a. Update from the Master Plan Committee
b. Case #P03-07, Patricia Scribner for Final Road Approval on Laura Lane, Map 16 Lot 19A
c. Case #P19-11, David R. Hussey 2007 Rev. Trust, David R. Hussey, Trustee, Suncook Valley Road, Map 5 Lot 72-7, Extension request for Final Major Site Plan approval dated May 21, 2019
d. Set up two (2) subcommittees: 1. For updating Planning Board Regulations; and 2. For drafting an ordinance on Cabin Colonies for the 2021-2022 ZAC Committee

3. Approval of Minutes: Planning Board meeting minutes of September 15, 2020, and October 20, 2020

4. Correspondence for the Board's review/discussion/action:
a. At-Large Master Plan Committee member applications for consideration from Ron Rubbico, Aimee Terravechia, and Kelly Sullivan

5. Correspondence for the Board's information:

Drew Carter, Planning Board Chairman

* If there is foul weather, a lack of a quorum, or the public on a whole cannot obtain access to the hearing electronically, the hearing will be continued to Tuesday, December 15, 2020, at 6:00 p.m. at the Alton Town Hall.


Posted 11/6/2020

Revised 11/13/2020

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