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February 23, 2012

Kingston Town Warrant

(Continued)

Amend Section 303.3 A, 5, by adding the following:

Residential Real Estate Signs on residential properties are not considered signage for this ordinance. No permit is required for their erection and there are no restrictions regarding the length of time they may be displayed on a property. No such sign shall exceed three (3) feet by three (3) feet in size. Commercial real estate signs may follow the standards for residential standards; if a commercial property wants a commercial real estate sign larger than three (3) feet by three (3) feet a permit is required.

RECOMMENDED BY THE PLANNING BOARD

ARTICLE 7: Are you in favor of the following amendment to Article 110, Commercial Zone C-III of Kingston's Zoning Ordinance as proposed by the lanning Board? Add the following language to Section 110.3, K, after the words "Vehicular, trailer and recreational vehicle sales, rentals or leasing and service repair facility": "provided that no lot used for this purpose may be located any closer than 1,000 feet in any direction to any other lot used for this purpose."

RECOMMENDED BY THE PLANNING BOARD

ARTICLE 8: Are you in favor of the following amendments to Kingston's Zoning Ordinance as proposed by the Planning Board?

Article 201: AQUIFER PROTECTION ORDINANCE

(Adopted 03/14/89; Amended 03/13/90;03/10/92; 03/8/94; 03/12/96; 03/08/05)

201.1 AUTHORITY AND PURPOSE

Pursuant to RSA 674:16-21, the Town of Kingston hereby adopts an Aquifer Protection District and accompanying regulations in order to protect, preserve and maintain potential groundwater supplies and related groundwater recharge areas within a known aquifer identified by the United States Geological Survey. The objectives of the aquifer protection district are:

A. to protect the public health and general welfare of the citizens of Kingston;

B. to prevent development and land use practices that would contaminate or reduce the recharge of the identified aquifer;

C. to promote future growth and development of the Town, in accordance with the Master Plan, by ensuring the future availability of public and private water

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