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Meadow Brook Ad Hoc Committee

Meadow Brook Ad Hoc Committee

The Selectmen established and appointed members of the Meadow Brook Ad Hoc Committee in 2016.  Members include:
Michael Yeager, Chairman
Susan Bryant-Kimball, Member at Large
Jennifer Martel, Member at Large
Fred Lavigne, Conservation Commission representative
Peter Pohl, Town Forest Committee representative
Martha Carlson, Agriculture Commission representative
 
Their draft mission statement is as follows:

The Meadow Brook Ad Hoc Committee will coordinate development of an agricultural, forestry, wildlife, and wetlands management plan consistent with the conservation restrictions and covenants of the deed for R1, Lot 35.  The plan will also address access for recreation, education and other approved uses.

You can see a map of Meadow Brook here:   Meadowbrook_Map.pdf

This committee meets on the first Monday of each month at 4:00 P.M. at Town Hall.


Photographs of the Meadow Brook property are posted in the Documents & Links section of this webpage.  John Pries took the remarkable drone photos.  The September Field Trip photos document a walk members took on September 14 with Wendy Scribner, UNH Extension Forester.

New Member Needed - Meadow Brook Ad Hoc Committee

Posted Thu, Jun 08 at 09:11am

The Meadow Brook Ad Hoc Committee is in need of a new 'at-large' member.  Meadow Brook is an important town-owned property on Route 25. This committee is composed of one member of the Agriculture Commission, one member of the Conservation Commission, one member of the Town Forest Committee, a member of the Board of Selectmen, and three 'at-large' members.  Please read the mission statement for this committee below to determine if you are interested in joining. Mission Statement: the Meadow Brook Ad Hoc Committee will coordinate development of ...read more