§ 123-3 - Definitions.

§ 123-3 - Definitions.

  • Abutter: means any person whose property is located in New Hampshire or Maine and adjoins or is directly across the street or stream from the land under consideration by the Planning Board. For the purpose of receiving testimony only, and not for the purposes of notification, the term “abutter” shall include any person who is able to demonstrate that their land will be directly affected by the proposal under consideration. For the purposes of receipt of notification, in the case of an abutting property being under a condominium or other collective form of ownership, the term abutter means the officers of the collective or association, as defined in RSA 356-B:3, XXIII.
  • Applicant: the owner of the property or an agent with owner's written authorization. All actions of the agent shall be binding upon the owner.
  • Bonding: any acceptable form of financial security. The specific dollar amount, the form, and any associated agreements or stipulations shall be negotiated directly with the Board of Selectmen.
  • Development: the construction or improvements or change of use on a tract or tracts of land for nonresidential and/or multi-family use.
  • Disturbed Area: the area of land, excepting that covered by greenspace and building(s), changed by human construction activities.
  • Greenspace: a permeable area of vegetated ground surface.
  • Industry: a use engaged in manufacture, predominantly from previously prepared materials of finished products or parts, including processing, fabrication, treatment, packaging, storage, sales and distribution of such products.
  • Multi-family: three or more residential units in one building.
  • Plan: any plan sheet other than a site sketch.
  • Plat: a plan sheet to be recorded at the Carroll County Registry of Deeds to indicate final approval.
  • Plat Standards: standards which dictate the content and presentation of plats and/or plans.
  • Side Walk Sales: temporary outdoor sales of merchandise, including but not limited to: art, food and clothing, within the sidewalk area of a retail use, for a temporary basis. Temporary shall mean seasonal, weekends, fair weather; not permanent.
  • Site Sketch: a scale drawing of a site.
  • State Highway: any Class I, II, III or IV road.
  • Temporary Events: an event whose occurrence is limited to not more than 14 days per calendar year.
  • Tent Sales: sales of goods within a temporary structure with fabric or non-rigid walls or roof of cloth. For the purpose of these regulations, tent sales shall be considered temporary events.
  • Total Required Parking: the minimum number of parking spaces required by on-site uses.
Definitions.

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123-3