Two important road bills became law this session. One imposes an obligation on certain parties to contribute toward maintenance of private roads. The other allows municipalities to extend the “winter” period for highways to summer cottages.
Archives for August 2019
Residential and commercial land development comes with an entire slew of potential issues. A significant issue is stormwater runoff and its potential damaging effects. Local, state, and federal regulations impose requirements on developers to plan for stormwater runoff when constructing developments. This prevents future damage to structures, land, and surrounding areas. One of the most commonly used methods of preventing … Read the rest
More information about the harmful effects of certain commonly used chemicals is being uncovered as more research is conducted. Water and ground pollution are being discussed everywhere. Here in New Hampshire, the Department of Environmental Services (DES) is working to implement new, lower, allowable levels of certain perfluoro-chemicals in drinking water. The rule making proposal was submitted earlier this summer … Read the rest