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MTAG 2018-19 applications due June 1

Plan NH is pleased to announce that another round of Muncipal Technical Assistance Grant (MTAG) applications is available and due June 1.  For communities who wish to expand choices in where to live through zoning changes, funds are awarded, through a completitive application process, to hire consultants to review current regulations, identify needs of the …

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Density Done Well – a presentation on March 6 in Concord – register soon

On Tuesday, March 6, starting at 10 AM at Red River Theatres in Concord, Brent Toderian, former planner in Vancouver, will talk with planners, engineers, architects and others interested about the role of density and its advantages.  The event is free but space is limited and pre-registration is required. AIA and AICP credits pending Go …

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Applications now sought for 2018 Plan NH Scholarship and Fellowship Program

Do you know of someone who calls New Hampshire home and is studying a field related to Plan NH’s mission?  someone in your office, a friend or relative – or perhaps even YOU? Each year, in partnership with the NH Charitable Foundation, Plan NH awards outstanding students scholarships or fellowships (between $1200 and $5000)  to …

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Governor’s Millennial Advisory Council issues first report

As stated in the introduction, The Governor’s Millennial Advisory Council was created by Governor Sununu’s Executive Order 2017-07. The Council is charged with providing the Governor with recommendations, insight, suggestions, and feedback on matters of State policy that directly impact the attraction and retention of young workers. The Council consists of 25 members appointed by …

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North Branch Construction Completes New Center for Art + Design for Colby-Sawyer College

(New London, NH) North Branch Construction of Concord has completed construction of the new Center for Art + Design on the campus of Colby-Sawyer College. The new, 15,000-square-foot, single-story facility features a state-of-the-art black box theater, outdoor sculpture garden, studios for ceramics, sculpture, painting, and graphic design, along with faculty offices and support areas. The Center …

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Registration now open for October conference The Role of Community Design in Supporting Economic Development

Plan NH believes that a community’s  design and assets are major contributors to the quality of life that is found there.  And we believe that that is a huge factor in ecnonomic growth, including in the decision whether or not to put down, maintain or grow business roots. On October 26 ad 27, Plan NH will host …

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Plan NH names Paul Roberson as new Board President

On Tuesday August 15, the Plan NH Board unanimously elected Paul Roberson, Account Executive at The Rowley Agency, as its new President, effective immediately.  Mr. Roberson takes over from Rob Dapice (New Hampshire Housing),  who had served in that capacity for two and a half years. Mr. Roberson is a comercial insurance producer specializing in …

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NH Engineers without Borders to hold fundraiser for Water for Uganda project

NH’s chapter of Engineers without Borders will hold a fundraiser at Redhook on July 30, from 1-5, to raise funds for their initiative to build wells in Uganda.  The event includes tours of Redhook’s water management system, for which attendees may be able to earn continuing ed credits. Go here:  EWB NH Water for Uganda …

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