CITY OF LACONIA PLANNING BOARD

Tuesday, June 6, 2023 - 6:30 PM

City Hall - Armand A. Bolduc City Council Chamber

AGENDA

1.

CALL TO ORDER

2.

ROLL CALL

3.

RECORDING SECRETARY

4.

STAFF IN ATTENDANCE

5.

ACCEPTANCE OF MINUTES FROM PREVIOUS MEETINGS

5.I.

Acceptance of May 3 minutes

6.

PRESENTATIONS

7.

EXTENSIONS Note: The purpose of this agenda section is for the board to consider requests from applicants with previously approved projects to extend the deadline dates. The board may also deliberate the request, decide and conduct a final vote at this time. PUBLIC INPUT IS NOT TAKEN ON EXTENSION REQUESTS.

7.I.

PL2020-0087SP, 0076CUP (alt parking); AND PL2020-0088SP, 0076CUP (alt parking); 340 Court Street AND 348 Court Street; Request to extend the approvals to either add 3,000 sq ft building or connecting driveway with associated parking improvements

Documents:
  1. Court Ext.pdf
8.

CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARINGS, CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE VOTE Note: The purpose of this agenda section is for the Board to continue the Public Hearing for the applicant and the public to provide input. The Board may also deliberate the application, decide and conduct a final vote at this time.

8.I.

PL2022-0114SP; 13 Summer Street; Creation of multifamily in existing structure

8.II.

PL2023-0043SP, 0044CUP (watercraft storage); Endicott North MBL 114-252-2; Proposal for outside storage for watercraft, trailers, campers, etc

Documents:
  1. Endicott N.pdf
9.

PUBLIC HEARINGS, POSSIBLE CONSIDERATION AND VOTE Note: The purpose of this agenda section is for the Board to have a presentation from the applicant and open a Public Hearing for the public to provide input. The Board may also deliberate the application, decide and conduct a final vote at this time.

9.I.

PL2023-0053SP amd1; 150-208 Lakeside Ave, NH Veteran's Assoc; Proposal to add six self contained RV sites to the existing campground

Documents:
  1. Lakeside.pdf
9.II.

PL2023-0069SU; 11 Addison St; Proposal to subdivide one lot into two. Waiver requested for topographic lines and sidewalk

Documents:
  1. Addison.pdf
9.III.

PL2023-0029SP, 0030SU; White Oaks Rd; Proposal for residential site plan for 6 multifamily buildings for total of 29 units in on private road

9.IV.

PL2023-0062, 0063CUP(wetland); Lexington Dr MBL 375-324-4; Proposal to construct two warehouses 5,000 sf and 3,000 sf in the wetland

Documents:
  1. Lexington.pdf
9.V.

PL2023-0064SP; 354 Union Ave; Proposal to convert an existing garage with living space to another full unit to result in multifamily

Documents:
  1. Union.pdf
9.VI.

PL2023-0066SP; 395 Main Street; Proposal to create four unit in existing structure to result in multifamily

Documents:
  1. Main.pdf
9.VII.

PL2023-0065CUP (wetland) 48 Lucerne Ave Proposal to construct a 3 story cottage in the wetland buffer

Documents:
  1. Lucerne.pdf
9.VIII.

PL2023-0048SP, 0049CUP(campgrnd); Endicott North MBL 114-252-3; Proposal to construct an RV campground with associated ground work, bathhouse and pool

Documents:
  1. End N CG app.pdf
10.

APPLICATION ACCEPTANCE Note: The purpose of this agenda section is to publicize that a Planning Board application has been submitted AND for the Planning Board to determine if the application is complete enough to begin the review process. PUBLIC INPUT IS NOT TAKEN AT THIS TIME. If the application is accepted the Planning Board will schedule a Public Hearing at which time the application will be heard and public comments will be accepted. Information about applications can be obtained on the city’s web site or by calling the Planning office.

11.

NEW BUSINESS

11.I.

LRPC representative to replace Stacy Soucy

12.

OLD BUSINESS

13.

PLANNING DEPT REPORT

14.

LIAISON REPORTS

-LAKES REGION PLANNING COMMISSION
-CONSERVATION
-CITY COUNCIL
-HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION
15.

OTHER BUSINESS

16.

ADJOURNMENT

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