Goffstown ZBA OKs St. A's field lighting
In August 2012, Planning and Zoning Administrator Brian Rose made an administrative decision that the lighting on the field was compliant with the Planning Board approval given in June 2011. The decision was upheld by the ZBA in January 2013.
Attorney John Cronin, speaking for the Algers, said glare from the 80-foot towers has a dramatic and ongoing impact on his clients’ property. He asked the ZBA to revisit the conditions of approval and send the project approval back to the Planning Board.
“I think there can be no dispute after looking at the video that there was a representation made that there was a thick, forested buffer to the east,” Cronin said. “That was false.”
“The important point is there’s no criteria as to what a buffer would be if there was a required buffer to the east of the stadium,” Murphy said.
Member Catherine Wooten said that the Planning Board’s original motion mentioned a “significant buffer” to the east.
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