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!
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!
Attorneys Sharon Somers and Kate Miller will be presenting “Cell Towers: Managing the Approval Process to Protect Municipal Interests and Comply with State and Federal Law” on Wednesday, November 16 at the NH Municipal Association’s Annual Conference at the Radisson Hotel, 700 Elm Street, Manchester, NH. Kate and Sharon have lectured on this extensive subject in the past. Given recent changes to the law, this program is a must-see for those municipal officials who are faced with dealing with applications for cell tower locations. You can also visit our attorneys at our booth (#110) in the Exhibitor’s Hall on both Wednesday and Thursday. To view the materials from this presentation click here.
Attorney Chris Boldt will play the blinded old soldier “The Earl of Gloucester” in Seven Stages Shakespeare Company’s production of Shakespeare’s thrilling drama of family and political dysfunction Lear at 7:30 p.m. on November 3rd, 4th, 5th, 10th, 11th & 12th at the Millspace in Newmarket. Seen through the prism of Alzheimer’s Disease, Director Dan Beaulieu brings this production of a pillar of Western Literature into and around the audience at all times. It will be an experience not to be missed. As always, Seven Stages presentations are “Free for All or Pay What You Will”. For more information, please go to www.7stagesshakespeare.org.
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 boards, zoning boards, conservation commissions, and select boards, as well as councilors, planners, building inspectors and code enforcement officers.
Code enforcement can be complicated, with various nuanced procedures that are dependent on the code being enforced. This presentation will inform attendees of the various land use, building, and safety codes enforceable by municipalities in the State of New Hampshire, as well as the procedures established to enforce those codes. Attendees will be further provided with practical advice with regard to enforcement actions from three practitioners in code enforcement.
For more information or to sign up click here.
Attorney Charlie Tucker’s longtime assistant, Bette Orcutt, is retiring after 24 years of dedicated service to the firm. Bette joined DTC in 1992 and has been a loyal employee ever since. In addition to supporting Attorney Tucker she plays a key role in assisting new associates at the firm. Bette is looking forward to be able to spend more time with her family and cheering on the Patriots. We wish Bette well in her journey.