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Call For Candidates: Town of Salem Planning Board
« on: February 21, 2011, 02:33:43 pm »

The Salem, NH Planning Board has issued a call for candidates to serve as an alternate member on the PLANNING BOARD.

Interested residents wishing to serve on the Planning Board may submit an application to the Planning Office before 5:00pm on Monday, February 28th, 2011.  Applications and copies of the Planning Board's bylaws may be picked up at the Planning Office, 33 Geremonty Drive, Salem, NH.  Please
contact Planning Director Ross Moldoff (603.890.2083) or rmoldoff@ci.salem.nh.us) if you have any questions.

Interviews with the Planning Board will be held prior to their regular meeting on Thursday, March 10th, 2011.
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Re: Call For Candidates: Town of Salem Planning Board
« Reply #1 on: February 21, 2011, 03:06:33 pm »

This is one of the most important positions that you can serve on in elective office.  Even alternates still vote, make motions, and can ask questions about projects that might affect abutters.  You can't do too much in your first year, but you can help out your town a lot from the Planning Board.  Keep in mind that they usually meet twice a month.  If you're willing to do the research outside of those meetings, you can propose changes that will help the town out a lot.
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