Planning & Zoning Board Notices & Minutes

Nov 25, 2019

Draft Planning Board Minutes - November 19, 2019


LITTLETON PLANNING BOARD
COMMUNITY CENTER HEALD ROOM
120 MAIN STREET
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2019
6:00 PM
DRAFT

 

PRESENT: Chair Tony J. Ilacqua, Vice Chair Mary Menzies, Bruce Ralston, Milton Bratz, Carrie Gendreau, Val Poulsen, Calvin Beaulier, Kristyn Mueller, and Joanna Ray (recording secretary)

ABSENT:  Colin Trahan

OTHERS:  Liz Kelly and Gardner Kellogg

Chair Ilacqua called the meeting to order at 6:00. A quorum was present.

Review of minutes October 15, 2019

Vice Chair Menzies made a motion to approve the minutes as written. Milton seconded the motion.  The motion passed by all.

Richard W. Wilson Jr, Owner & Shelba M. Tetu, Owner / Gardner Kellogg, Agent – PB19-06 – Request for a Lot Line Adjustment between tax maps 69-32 & 69-33, at 1013 & 1015 Union Street, in the C-2, R-2, R-I, and Rural zones. No conflicts were noted.  Gardner presented the plan.  The proposed will increase 1015 Union Street to .30 acres.  There were no abutters present.  The Board did not have any questions.  Bruce made a motion to approve the request.  Val seconded the motion.  The motion passed by all.

Resilience Planning & Design

Liz presented two future land use maps to the Board. Suggested edits were discussed. The Board also reviewed the draft Land Use chapter.  Form based code was briefly discussed.  Liz will forward information regarding it.

Joanna informed the Board that Resilience was contacted regarding them assisting with the update to the Capital Improvement Program. Resilience does not typically help with CIP’s unless they are involved with the Master Plan.  Littleton is an excellent fit.  Liz and Steve will forward the process to Joanna.

On December 17th, Liz will present a draft Implementation Chapter as well as an entire draft of the Master Plan.

Other business

            **Potential Zoning Ordinance Amendment---

The NH Office of Strategic Initiatives has recommended the update of the Littleton Flood Plain Development Ordinance.  The proposed update does not change the current regulations.  The proposed version was created by OSI to more clearly identify the regulations so that they are more understandable.

The Board discussed adding the above suggested amendment to the warrant. If the amendment does not pass, the current Flood Plain Development Ordinance will remain in place.

Vice Chair Menzies made a motion to add this amendment to the warrant.  Val seconded the motion. The motion passed by all.

The Board will meet again on December 3, 2019 for another Lot Line Adjustment application. 

At 7:00, Vice Chair Menzies made a motion to adjourn.  Milton seconded the motion. The motion passed.

Submitted by,

Joanna Ray