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NEW HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE WEB SITE

Visit our new web site for the household hazardous waste and unwanted medicines collection schedules, recipes for nontoxic cleaners, organic gardening tips, and lots of great resources.  

 

COMMUNITY BROADBAND MAPS AVAILABLE

New town maps showing broadband internet service are now available through the New Hampshire Broadband Mapping and Planning Program. The map show the fastest type of internet service (cable, DSL, etc.) for each census block within the municipality.  Help us improve these maps by completing the online broadband service survey.

 


 

HUD ANNOUNCES PREFERRED SUSTAINABILITY STATUS FOR THE UPPER VALLEY LAKE SUNAPEE REGION

As a result of being awarded the HUD Community Challeng Grant this year, the entire Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Regional Planning Commission region and its partners have now been designated by HUD with Preferred Sustainability Status. This means that HUD will award 2 bonus pointsto any applicants that demonstrate that their project will result in on-going collaboration with the Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Regional Planning Commission’s Regional Plan.

To read more...

Visit the HUD website

View the mapof the location of the Preferred Sustainabilty Status


TAKE THE ONLINE BROADBAND ACCESS SURVEY!

The New Hampshire Broadband Mapping and Planning Program is working to identify gaps and insufficiencies in broadband Internet coverage in the state of New Hampshire as a important step towards extending broadband service to unserved and underserved areas. Share your story about broadband Internet access to your home or business and in your community.

Click here to take the survey.

To find out how well your community is connected to broadband, visit the National Broadband Map.


"YOUR WATER, YOUR DECISION" WORKSHOP MATERIALS NOW ONLINE

Presentations from the 2/1/2011 drinking water protection workshop in West Lebanon are now available in PDF format for online viewing or download:

Designing an Effective Plan to Protect Drinking Water Resources

Making It Happen: Putting Protections in Place - Case Studies

- Canaan Street Lake, Lake Sunapee, Laconia

Information and Reports Useful for Evaluating Risks to Drinking Water

Presented by UVLSRPC and NH Department of Environmental Services.

Co-sponsored by NH Planners Association and Northern New England Chapter of the American Planning Association.


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