§ 131-20 - Action on completed concurrent application.

§ 131-20 - Action on completed concurrent application.

  1. The Board shall consider the completed concurrent application within thirty (30) days of its submission. The Board shall evaluate the subdivision and site plan separately, each on its own merits. After review of the completed concurrent application, and after a duly noticed public hearing as provided in 131-11, the Board may grant a conditional approval of the subdivision layout and request the applicant to prepare a final plat as provided for in 131-25 and 131-26. The Board may grant a conditional approval or a final approval of the site plan. The Board shall act to approve or disapprove the completed concurrent application within sixty-five (65) days of acceptance of the completed concurrent application, subject to extension or waiver as provided in accordance with RSA 676:4-I(f). 
  2. Approval of the final plat and site plan shall be certified by written endorsement on the final plat and site plan and signed by the Chairman or the Secretary of the Board. The Chairman, Secretary of the Board or its agent shall transmit a copy of the final plat and site plan with such approval endorsed in writing therein to the Register of Deeds of Carroll County. The applicant shall be responsible for the payment of all recording fees. In case of disapproval of any plat or plan submitted, the grounds for such disapproval shall be adequately stated in the records of the Planning Board and written notice given to the applicant.
  3. If the Planning Board has not obtained an extension as provided in 131-10.A, and has not taken action to approve or disapprove the completed concurrent application within sixty-five (65) days of its acceptance, the applicant may obtain from the Selectmen an order directing the Board to act within fifteen (15) days. Failure of the Board to act upon such order of the Selectmen shall constitute grounds for the applicant to petition the Superior Court as provided in RSA 676:4.
  4. Conditional approval shall be valid for a period as determined by the Planning Board, but in no case shall it be valid for a period greater than ninety (90) days from the date conditional approval is granted, unless extended in writing by the Board.
Action on completed concurrent application.

part number

131-20