Merrimack’s new planning administrator sees bright future for development
Harris had been a senior planner at the Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission, where she worked for nearly six years.
“Our focus, and our challenge, will be to balance the economic development that is needed with what is wanted by the residents that live here to make sure that we plan accordingly so that everything works well in the long run,” she said.
Part of her duties include providing technical and administrative staff assistance to the town’s community development director, the Merrimack Planning Board and the local zoning board. Her priority is to work with the Planning and Zoning Division to develop a comprehensive plan and implement the town’s ordinances for the orderly growth of Merrimack, according to the job description.
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