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UVLSRPC Commissioners -

ACWORTH - Hank Sipple

CHARLESTOWN - Richard Lincourt

CLAREMONT -  Tom Rock, Richard Wahrlich

CORNISH - Vacant

CROYDON - Vacant

DORCHESTER - William Trought

ENFIELD - Dan Kiley, Ed McLaughlin

GOSHEN - Vacant

GRAFTON COUNTY - Katherine Connolly

GRANTHAM - Lynn Kisselbach, Peter Guillette-Treasurer

HANOVER - Jonathan Edwards, Chris Kennedy 

LEBANON - Dan Nash, Carl Porter

LEMPSTER - Mary Grenier, Vice Chair

LYME - Dan Brand

NEW LONDON - Bill Helm, Liz Meller, 

NEWBURY - Gary Daniels, Dennis Pavlicek

NEWPORT - Jeff Kessler, Secretary/Assistant Treasurer, Bill Wilmot, Jr.

ORANGE - Judith Lindahl

ORFORD - Mark Burger, Ted Cooley

PIERMONT - Vacant

PLAINFIELD - John Yacavone

SPRINGFIELD - Kevin Lee, George McCusker

SUNAPEE - Josh Trow, Chair, Randy Clark

UNITY - William Schroeter, Robert Trabka

WASHINGTON - Vacant

WILMOT - Linda Scofield, Marion Allen

SULLIVAN COUNTY - Lionel Chute, Derek Ferland

MEMBERS-AT-LARGE - Peter Gregory, Nancy Merrill, Julie Magnuson, Anne Duncan Cooley, David Brooks

Who We Are 

The Commission has been providing professional planning assistance to municipal boards since 1963 when it was the Upper Valley Development Council. Our current staff's areas of expertise include comprehensive planning, land use regulations, transportation planning, natural resource inventories, community/economic development, public participation, affordable housing, and hazard mitigation planning.

The Commission is one of nine Regional Planning Commissions (RPC) in New Hampshire enabled through state legislation (RSA 36:45). RPCs were created to coordinate all aspects of planning, act as a liaison between local and state/federal governments and provide advisory technical assistance. Regional Planning Commissions seek to promote intergovernmental collaboration and coordination throughout the regions they serve. 

The Commission serves 27 municipalities, local groups such as river advisory committees, economic development councils, housing organizations and others who affect the future land use of the region. 

The Commission is governed by Commissioners appointed by member communities and counties and a small number of at-large-members. It is the Commissioners' role to be a regional collaborator and bring local issues to the attention of the Commission and conversely to articulate regional strategies that can benefit local efforts. Meetings_011.jpg

 

Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Regional Planning Commission is a Equal Opportunity Employer 

Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Regional Planning Commission does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in our programs or activities. 

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