Cloud-based computing complete with remote data storage has become quite popular over the years. Businesses have instant access to their information, no matter where their location is, and they can easily collaborate with others. Most of the time this process works seamlessly. Until it doesn’t and the cloud computing host loses data, whether sensitive or not. When this happens, a … Read the rest
Archives for August 2021
Rezoning property, so it meets commercial zoning district guidelines is quite the process. First, the property must be deemed suitable for commercial use. But then the site planning process begins. Site planning considers the layout of any structures, site access, and even parking areas. Some of the time, site planning is combined with the approval of combining multiple existing lots … Read the rest
As a parent, you have spent the last couple of months celebrating your child’s graduation from high school. There won’t be any more early wake up alarms for you, because your child is heading off to college. They are now an “adult”, the person who knows it all, and you can finally sit back and relax knowing you’ve done your … Read the rest
The New Hampshire Housing Appeals Board (“HAB”) issued its first decision in May 2021, Shattuck v. Francestown (May 7, 2021). The decision is a “win” for property owners. It adds much-needed clarity to the approach planning boards should take when considering subdivision applications.
The HAB’s decision comes down to the following two sentences: “[T]o deny a property owner’s subdivision request … Read the rest