Center Harbor Conservation Commission

The Center Harbor Conservation Commission (CHCC) is a Select Board appointed volunteer organization, formed in 1965 as set forth per RSA Chapter 36-A, specifically to identify, preserve, and protect the Town's natural resources, to develop and maintain an inventory of those natural resources, to preserve open space and scenic views, to monitor conservation easements held by the Town, to protect water resources and water quality, and to develop and distribute information to the public on conservation issues.

The CHCC is an advisory group offering input on conservation matters to the Center Harbor Board of Selectmen, Planning Board, Zoning Board of Adjustment, and the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services. The Commission may review and comment on NHDES Wetland and Shoreland permit applications and supporting documentation. The CHCC will maintain accurate records of its meetings and actions, and will submit an annual report to the Town.

Commissioners
Karin Karagozian - Term Expires 2018
Gwen Bronson - Term Expires 2018
Harry Viens (Acting Chairman) - Term Expires 2017

email: hviens@earthlink.net

 

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