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February 23, 2012

Kingston Town Warrant

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The Planning Board may require that the applicant provide data or reports prepared by a qualified hydrogeologist to assess any potential damage to the aquifer that may result from the proposed use. The Planning Board shall engage such professional assistance as it requires to adequately evaluate such reports and to evaluate, in general, the proposed use in light of the above criteria.

H. Special Exception Criteria:

1. the proposed use will not detrimentally affect the quality of the groundwater contained in the aquifer by directly contributing to pollution or be increasing

the long-term susceptibility of the aquifer to potential pollutants;

2. the proposed use will not cause a significant reduction in the long-term volume of water contained in the aquifer or in the storage capacity of the aquifer;

3. the proposed use complies with all other applicable sections of the Article.

4. a hydrogeologic study shall be submitted for uses whose septic system is designed for more than 2,400 g.p.d. In Zone A, a study shall be submitted for any septic system designed for more than 2,000 g.p.d.

5. The Zoning Board of Adjustment may require that the applicant provide data or reports prepared by a qualified hydrogeologist to assess any potential damage to the aquifer that may result from the proposed use. The Zoning Board of Adjustment shall engage such professional assistance as it requires to adequately evaluate such reports and to evaluate, in general, the proposed use in light of the above criteria.

201.5 SPECIAL EXCEPTION FOR LOTS OF RECORD

Upon application to the Board of Adjustment, a special exception shall be granted to permit the erection of a structure on a non-conforming lot within the Aquifer Protection District provided that all of the following conditions are met:

A. The lot upon which an exception is sought was an official lot of record, as recorded in the Rockingham County Register of Deeds, prior to the date on which this amendment was posted and published in the Town.

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