Commission cites potential violations of Ossipee’s zoning laws in regard to the development on the floodplain, including septic system construction.More »
NH's Milfoil Problem
Ossipee Lake Alliance has been at the forefront of creating awareness that Concord does not have an equitable long-term plan to pay for the growing costs of milfoil control. We have encouraged and will continue to support various grassroots efforts to address this significant state environmental issue.
The Smart Report: After Columbus Day 2016 — October, 19, 2016
The lake level is starting to fall. Work continues on local roadways. Lots of pine needles, but where are the cones?
Freedom Asks Ossipee’s ZBA to Review the Planning Board’s Westward Shores Expansion Approval — October, 18, 2016
Granted abutter status in the matter, the Town of Freedom says Ossipee’s Planning Board should not have approved the application because the plan violated Ossipee’s zoning ordinance. The appeal asks the Ossipee ZBA to conduct a hearing to review the Planning Board’s decision.
Flooding is an Issue for the Westward Shores Expansion. Here’s Why. — October, 13, 2016
Ossipee’s Planning Board has denied Freedom’s request to reconsider its conditional approval for a developer to double the capacity of Westward Shores Campground & Marina. But as the expansion application moves to Concord for review, flooding remains a key consideration.
Freedom Selectmen Ask Ossipee’s Planning Board to Reconsider Westward Shores Decision — October, 3, 2016
Granted abutter status because the expansion has regional impact, Freedom’s leaders say they want to present testimony about the potential negative impact on water quality. On September 20, the Ossipee Planning Board granted conditional approval for the expansion after denying Freedom’s request for more time to study a newly submitted engineering report by Jones & Beach, and revised plans that were presented that night with no opportunity for public review.