Town seeks closure on Plan Pinardville grant
"The Board of Selectmen felt they met this obligation and are asking the NHHFA to concur," said Desruisseaux, adding she expects a response in about a week.
Desruisseaux describes the process further, including the ad hoc committee's 5-2-0 vote to recommend adoption of the plan to the Planning Board, and that board's vote not to adopt the plan as an amendment to the master plan.
If Plan Pinardville had been adopted by the Planning Board, the ad hoc committee would have continued its charge by reviewing whether zoning regulations to support the plan were necessary and presenting its recommendations to the Planning Board, then to voters for approval in March.
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