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Mason NH Board of Selectmen

Downtown Internet Upgrade?

James McCormick, Mason Superintendent of Schools, appeared at the April 12 Mason Selectmen’s meeting to touch base with the selectmen on his joint proposal to upgrade internet service to Mason Elementary and town office buildings. He indicated that the school’s…

Mason Outdoor Entertainment Zoning

At its March 30, 2016 meeting, the planning board accepted selectman Lavoie’s presentation of the selectmen’s proposed Zoning Ordinance amendment. The board scheduled the first public hearing for April 27, if changes are made at that time there will be…

Zoning “Petition” Advances

According to a post on the town web site, the Mason Planning Board will receive a report Wednesday March 30, by selectmens’ representative Louise Lavoie, to “discuss a proposed Zoning Ordinance amendment from the Board of Selectmen, which would require…

Mason Pipeline Mitigation

Members of the Mason Conservation Commission appeared before the Mason Selectmen at their March 22 meeting to request funds for pipeline mitigation plans. The selectmen approved the request. According to Conservation Commission Member Liz Fletcher: “The contract is with Kane…

Selectmen to Reconsider Zoning

The scuttlebutt about town is that the selectmen will be considering sponsoring a change to Mason’s Zoning Ordinances to allow for “outdoor music concerts”. Other than stating that a selectmen’s meeting will occur March 22, the town web site posting…

Mason Selectmen Fill ZBA Vacancies

Newly elected Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA) Chairman Bill Rendle introduced the selectmen to two new “volunteers”, Guy Daniello and Bill Fritz, to fill vacant ZBA positions. In the brief interview at the selectmen’s February 23 meeting, selectman Lavoie asked…

Before the Inquisitors

Ernie & Meryl Sullivan appeared before the Mason NH Selectboard to discuss a letter sent to them by the selectmen. At issue is whether Ernie’s hobby of, according to him, “repairing his vehicles using recycled vehicles” constitutes a “junk yard”.…

Selectmen Meeting: Driving Range Petition

Owner of the “Driving Range, Mason, NH” Martin Ruggiero, and 5 supporters appeared before a special selectmen’s meeting to request information on the status of their petition article to allow continued “outdoor concerts” at the Driving Range. Word apparently got…