, Kingston, NH


February 23, 2012

Kingston Town Warrant


E. Well Abandonment. When well are abandoned in the Aquifer protection District such abandonment will take place following the standards outlined in NH WE-604.

F. Agricultural Activities. Agricultural activities undertaken within the Aquifer Protection District shall comply with Best Management Practices for Agriculture In NH, July 2008 and updates.

G. Blasting. Best management practices for blasting shall be followed in the Aquifer Protection district

H. Inspection. All conditional uses granted under Section 201.4 of this Article shall be subject to twice-annual inspections by the Building Inspector or other agent designated by the Selectmen. The purpose of these inspections is to ensure continued compliance with the conditions under which approvals were granted. A fee for inspection shall be charged to the owner according to a fee schedule determined by the Selectmen.


Any non-conforming use may continue and may be maintained, repaired and improved, unless such use is determined to be an imminent hazard to public health and safety. No non-conforming use may be expanded, changed to another non-conforming use, or renewed after it has been discontinued for a period of 12 months or more.


A. Installation of geothermal wells and geothermal systems requires town notification.

B. Expansion or redevelopment of non-residential uses requires full compliance with the standards found in the Aquifer Protection District.

C. Long term water quality monitoring may be required by the Planning Board or other Town agent as necessary.

D. New groundwater withdrawal application materials shall be submitted to the Town.

E. NH Department of Environmental Services registered water users shall submit their reports to the Town.


A. General:

The provisions of the Aquifer Protection District shall be administered by the Planning Board. All development proposals, other than single or two-family residential construction not involving the subdivision of land, shall be subject to subdivision and/or site plan review and approval in accordance with Planning Board rules and regulations. Such review and approval shall precede the issuance of any building permit by the Town.

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