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February 23, 2012

Kingston Town Warrant

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209.4 ADMINISTRATION

The provisions of the Groundwater Management District shall be administered:

A. By the Planning Board for subdivision, site plan review and/or conditional use approval, and

B. By the Zoning Board of Adjustment for applications for appeal, and

C. By the Health Officer for applications to drill wells, and

D. By the Building Inspector for applications to construct, and

E. By the Conservation Commission for applications to disturb wetlands.

Any variances given to the provisions of the Groundwater Management District shall be forwarded to the US EPA and NH DES.

209.5 ENFORCEMENT

The Board of Selectmen shall be responsible for enforcement of the provisions of the Groundwater Management District.

209.6 EFFECTIVE DATE

This Article shall become effective upon passage. The Groundwater Management District shall remain in effect until the cleanup goals required under CERCLA decision documents for the Ottati & Goss Superfund Site are achieved. The Town shall consult with the US EPA and NH DES before modifying or terminating the Groundwater Management District.

RECOMMENDED BY THE PLANNING BOARD

ARTICLE 5: Are you in favor of the following amendment to Kingston's Zoning Ordinances regarding Agriculture and Livestock as proposed by the Planning Board? Amend Article P-II, Definitions by adding the following definition:

Livestock: Cattle, horses, poultry, goats, sheep, pigs and similar animals.

Amend section 103.2 (Single Family Residential) by adding the following sentence:

"Agriculture and livestock, including, but not limited to, the keeping of cattle, horses, poultry, goats, sheep, pigs and similar animals are prohibited" after the words "In a Single Family Residential District, the use of land is limited to single family dwellings and incidental uses such as private garages, boat houses, tool sheds, gardens and the like.

Amend Articles 104 (Rural Residential), 105 (Single Family Residential-Agricultural), 107 (Industrial), 108 (Commercial I), 109 (Commercial Zone II), 110 (Commercial Zone III) by adding the following "Conditional Use":

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