, Kingston, NH


March 14, 2012

Danville Town Results

Selectman, 3 years, vote for two

Thomas Billbrough Jr. 249

Michelle Cooper 432

Shawn O'Neil 355

Budget Committee, 3 years, vote for four:

Kathleen Beattie 427

Laurie Poshpeck 412

Joshua Verrill 401

Budget Committee, 2 years, vote for one

Robert Moore 530

Cemetery trustee, 3 years, vote for one

Leon Buzzell 562

Fire Ward, 1 year, vote for one

John Hughes 539

Fire Ward, 1 year, vote for one

Brian Delahunty 550

Library trustee, 3 years, vote for one

Sarah Gannon-Weston 336

Michelle O'Neil 273

Planning Board, 3 years, vote for three

Supervisor of the Checklist, 4 years, vote for one

Kimberly Burnham 537

Supervisor of the Checklist, 6 years, vote for one

Michele O'Neil 462

Trustee of trust funds, 2 years, vote for one

Kathleen Beattie 528

Article 2012-3 Planning Board

To see if the Town of Danville will vote for a change to the Town of Danville Zoning Ordinance to allow drive-through windows in the Danville Village District. Specifically, this will remove Article IV.B.3.a, which restricts drive-through service windows, and renumber the remainder of IV.B.3.

Recommended by the Planning Board 4-1, 1 abstention

Yes: 428

No: 229

Article 2012-4 Planning Board

To see if the Town of Danville will vote for a change to the Town of Danville Zoning Ordinance that will modify Article IV.A.3.e.2.b to remove the words "with a fifty foot (50') right-of-way" and insert verbiage specifying that the street shall have a right-of-way that meets the standards set forth in the Subdivision Regulations. Specifically, this will reword Article IV.A.3.e.2.b as follows:

"Article IV.A.3.e.2.b) The primary access road entering the development shall have one hundred foot (100') contiguous frontage, fee simple interest on a Class I through Class V roadway, with a right-of-way that meets the standards set forth in the section of the then current Danville Subdivision Regulations titled 'Construction Standards,' plus a twenty five foot (25') vegetative buffer on each side. Internal roadways shall conform to Town street standards. Exception: Where the primary access road entering the development would be utilizing an existing fifty foot (50') right-of-way, the one hundred foot (100') contiguous frontage would not be required."

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