Does Ossipee Want to Attract Business or Not?
May 27, 2016
In an editorial, the Carroll County Independent notes the inconsistency of Ossipee’s Select Board in its approach to business development.More »
NH's Milfoil Problem
Ossipee Lake Alliance has been at the forefront of creating awareness that Concord does not have an equitable long-term plan to pay for the growing costs of milfoil control. We have encouraged and will continue to support various grassroots efforts to address this significant state environmental issue.
Westward Shores Granted Variance at Ossipee ZBA Meeting — May, 19, 2016
Green Mountain Conservation Group asks the ZBA to revoke its approval due to alleged misrepresentations by the engineering firm representing the campground’s owners. ZBA agrees to consider the alleged misrepresentations at the next meeting.
Trust, but Verify — May, 17, 2016
Citing apparent misstatements by the engineering firm advising the owners of Westward Shores in their expansion proposal, a Carroll County Independent editorial cautions local boards against accepting facts without verifying them.
Westward Shores Expansion Plans Fail Fact Checks — May, 12, 2016
Questionable claims by SFC Engineering Partnership in regard to the campground’s ZBA special exemption application are being investigated after several organizations that SFC said they had contacted, and had support from, have denied such contact occurred. Some will be demanding a retraction from SFC, a correction to the meeting minutes, and possibly a revocation of the special exception that the ZBA granted.
High Stakes as Lake Community Seeks Natural Area Answers — May, 8, 2016
The results of a May meeting will signal whether DRED can keep its coalition of state and local stakeholders working together as state funds dwindle and trespassing and vandalism increase at Ossipee Lake Natural Area.