Can I Drop Off A Junkyard In Your Town?

by Ed Naile A few weeks ago, I was asked to help a couple, John and Mona Winslow, of New Boston who were the subject of an administrative order to have “junk” removed from their property. The property is a pre-existing, nonconforming use in effect from about June of...

New Boston Selectmen Run Roughshod Over Small Businessman

In New Boston the Selectmen have been running roughshod over a small repair business which has been in operation since 1965. Calling it a junkyard, the code enforcement officer and selectmen have used statutes involving junkyards to strip the owner of vested rights to...

New Boston: Winslow Case Update

Here is what is going on with the Winslow’s case in New Boston that was featured on Channel 9 last week. CNHT will attempt to represent the Winslows under RSA 311 after their attorney filed a motion to withdraw before the final hearing. The Town has started to...

Bill Would Rein in RPCs (HB 1616)

HB 1616 is AN ACT requiring legislative approval for regional planning commissions to accept money from governmental sources other than the state of New Hampshire or its political subdivisions. “Before a commission may accept or receive any funds, grants, or...

Town of New Boston Must Comply with Decision

Here is the latest update on CNHT’s help in representing the Winslows of New Boston in their case regarding the town of New Boston. It is good news in that the Town must finally produce an inventory of items they have taken from the Winslow property, and allow...

New Boston Business Under Scrutiny

WMUR writes: “A decades-long effort to get a New Boston mechanic to clean up his yard is turning into a costly court battle.” VIDEO with Rep. Keith Ammon and Ed Naile In New Boston (NH) there is a longstanding issue of a so-called junkyard. The property is...