Conservation Commission: (603) 887-3719
Charles Myette, Chairman
The Chester Conservation Commission is a seven-member, all-volunteer board appointed by the Selectmen under the provisions of state RSA 36-A: 2, which allows municipalities in New Hampshire to establish commissions “for the proper utilization and protection of the natural resources and for the protection of watershed resources.” This work includes preparing maps or plans, “keeping an index of open space and natural, aesthetic, or ecological areas” within the town in order to obtain information “pertinent to proper utilization of all such areas.” The Commission acts as an advisory board to other town and state boards and agencies involved in land use planning and works to natural resources in Chester.
|Charles Myette, Chairman|
The Conservation Commission meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 7 PM at the Chester Town Hall, 84 Chester Street, Chester, New Hampshire.
The meeting is used to review subdivision applications, wetlands permit applications, and other matters presented to the Commission for comment. The meeting is open to the public and input is encouraged. The meeting is televised. New and alternate members who wish to have a hand in the future of Chester and in the preservation of its natural resources and rural characteristics are welcomed.
Our goal is to help preserve and protect the natural resources of Chester.
ConsCom Minutes March 21 2016 – Still in Draft Form
02/14/2016 – No Meeting
ConsCom Minutes July 12 2016 – Still in Draft Form