Andover Planning Board Approved Minutes, 2/26/19

By Nancy Teach

Approved Planning Board Meeting Minutes
February 26, 2019

Members present: Nancy Teach, Chair; Paul Currier; and Dave Blinn, Ex-Officio

Also present: Pat Moyer, Planning & Zoning Administrator; Jon Champagne; John Bentley; Dave Burnham, representing Roy Sell; Jeff Raymond; Steve & Jill Colardeau; Edward & Madilyn Constant; Donna Duclos; Michael Falvey; John Ferris; and Bill Stack

Minutes of February 12, 2019: The board was unable to approve the minutes as there was no quorum.

Chair – Teach
1. The deadline to submit Warrant Articles for town meeting was missed for 2019. THerefor the plans if to the Warrant Articles for expanding the Andover Village and Cilleyville Districts will b on the 2020 Town Warrant.
2. The next meeting of the board will be Tuesday, March 26, 2019.
3. The workflow for Enforcement was shared with the Selectboard and they are in favor of it.
4. An all board meet and greet has been considered

Public Hearing- Border Line Annexation for Roy Sell presented by Dave Burnham – properties at 206 and 212 Switch Road. Tax Map 4 Lots 370,467 and 354,472.  Rural Residential Zone: Teach opened the public hearing at 7:30 p.m. Burnham, as owner, presented a revised plan. As there was not a quorum the hearing will be continued to 3/26/19.

Non-Binding Consultation: Jon Champagne: A letter dated, February 15, 2019 was sent from the State of New Hampshire, Department of Revenue Administration to the  Andover Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA), copy to the PB, regarding the Jon Champagne Earth Excavation project on Rt. 4. And a request for an appeal of the ZBA decision for Champagne was received from the attorney representing Steve & Jill Colardeau.  

Non-Binding Consultation: Proctor Academy represented by Bill Stack and John Ferris – pre-site plan review for a new building – the Outdoor Lodge.  AOT ( alteration of terrain), maps and documents have been submitted: Plans were presented for the construction of an outdoor center which would replace the existing old fire house which currently houses the sports equipment, near the field house and hockey rink.  The use will remain the same. The new building will be a two story structure with two entrances in the front and one entrance in the rear. There will be rain gardens for each roof line along with a retaining wall in the rear and on the west side of the building. The access path to the tennis courts will have to be relocated and the underground fuel tank will also be relocated.  The storm water run-off will overflow into the existing drainage system and the utilities will hook into the existing utilities. There are no plans at this time for an elevator as the second floor will be storage only. Any future elevator will be on the exterior. There will be proper ventilation due to ski waxing. Proctor will apply to the Zoning Board of Adjustment for a height variance.

There being no further discussion, the meeting was adjourned at 8:50 p.m.

Submitted by,
Lisa Meier, Recording Secretary