Last week the New Hampshire Municipal Association hosted its 76th Annual Conference in Manchester. DTC Lawyers was there as an Exhibitor and Attorneys Christopher Boldt and Eric Maher gave a lecture on the NH Utility Appeals. Since 2014, several utility companies have appealed their assessments in multiple communities throughout New Hampshire. The lecture was on the history behind these utility appeals and gave an update on recent court decisions and pending litigation. For more information on the New Hampshire Municipal Association click here.
On Saturday September 23rd and Saturday October 14th, Attorneys Kate Miller and Justin Pasay will be presenters at the 2017 Municipal Law Lecture Series. These lectures are intended for municipal officials with an interest in or responsibility for any aspect of municipal land use regulation, including members of planning and zoning boards, planners, land use administrators, select boards, town and city councilors, building inspectors, code enforcement officers, and public works personnel.
Their lecture will go over the following:
Does state or federal law trump local zoning for cell towers? How can Planning Boards and ZBAs protect municipal interests and comply with state and federal law when permitting wireless facilities? With all the changes in state and federal law over the past 8 years, it is hard to keep up! And mistakes can be expensive. This presentation will present an overview of the evolving law on permitting wireless facilities, plus provide specific recommendations for procedures your land use boards, municipal staff and regional planners can implement to ensure this tricky process is done right.
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Denise A. Poulos has been elected to serve as President of the Seacoast Board of Veterans Count, which as the philanthropic arm of Easterseals Military & Veterans Services, over the past 10 years has provided services to more than 9,900 individuals for challenges including suicide prevention, employment, homelessness, substance misuse treatment, transportation, legal concerns, mental health issues resulting from post-traumatic stress and/or traumatic brain injury. In addition, emergency financial assistance for food, utilities, housing, rent, emergency shelter, fuel assistance, vehicle repair, child care, gasoline, and medical bills is also provided. For more information on Veterans Count, click here.
On Thursday, June 1st our client, colleagues and friends joined us at our new Exeter location to enjoy refreshments and check out our new space. The evening was bittersweet as we said farewell to one of our founding Partners, Charlie Tucker, as he retires after 50 years of service to his clients. Mike Donahue, Rob Ciandella and Bob Derosier shared many fond memories of Charlie. We wish Charlie and Jean well as they embark on their new adventure. In case you missed it, we’ve compiled a slide show with photos of the event and our new office. Click here.
We are excited to announce that we have moved our Exeter office to our brand new location at 16 Windsor Lane in Exeter (across from Access Sports). Our new office is state of the art and offers a more convenient and comfortable location for our new and old clients. For directions to our new office click here. If you are using a GPS to locate us, please use 2 Hampton Road for an address as the GPS navigation systems have not caught up to the new street address.
DTC is proud and honored to be named as Business NH Magazine’s Business of the Year in the Business Services Category. On May 1, 2017, Business NH Magazine announced its prestigious Business of the Year award winners. DTC was chosen for its outstanding civic contributions and exceptional performance within its industry sector. This accomplishment is only possible with the support of our staff, colleagues and community and we thank you! Click here to see our Business of the Year video.
We are excited to announce we are moving our Exeter office on May 20th to our new location at 16 Windsor Lane, Exeter, NH 03833 (across from Access Sports). As we prepare for the move, on Friday May 19th in the late afternoon, there may be interruption in either telephone or e-mail services. We plan to be up and running at our new location on Monday, May 22, 2017.
For directions to our new location click here.
Attorney Chris Boldt will once again be presenting at the 2017 Annual Spring Planning and Zoning Conference of the NH Office of Energy and Planning, scheduled for Saturday, April 29th at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, NH. Chris has again been asked to speak at a double session on the basic procedures ZBA members should use in making their various decisions on variances, special exceptions, appeals of administrative decisions and waivers of dimensional criteria. For more information and on-line registration, please go to http://www.nh.gov/oep
The new office at 16 Windsor Lane (across from the old courthouse on Hampton Road) is coming along quickly. The building is buttoned up, windows in, walls up and sheet rocking is in progress. Our new office will be state of the art and offer a more convenient and comfortable location for our new and old clients. We anticipate a move date in May, 2017. Stay tuned for additional photos and info as construction progresses.
DTC has broken ground for its new office at Winsor Crossings at 2 Hampton Road (across from the old Courthouse) in Exeter. DTC has been a staple in the Exeter community for over 30 years and our decision to move was not taken lightly. It was important to us to stay in the community where we live, work and volunteer. Our new office will be state of the art and offer a more convenient and comfortable location for our old and new clients. We anticipate moving to our office in Spring 2017! Stay tuned for additional photos as construction progresses!