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The development you see on Tenney Mountain Hwy. will NOT be changed by Articles 2, 3 & 4.

They are NOT aimed at CURRENT development. We are looking at the FUTURE development of the Baker River Valley.

No NEW restrictionsrestore 25 years of zoning intent.

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land use decisions are guided by the adopted PlymouthMaster Plan

VOTE YES SO...

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high impact development on the Baker River wont take mountains of earth from the ESZ to make buildable pads on land outside the ESZ the south side of Tenney Mt. Hwy can be fully developed as advised by the voter-approved Plymouth Master Plan

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25 years ago you voted to protect our floodplains with the Environmentally Sensitive Zones (ESZ) regulations in Plymouths zoning ordinance. Six years ago you defeated an amendment to gut those regulations by a 2 to 1 margin. Now, it is again time to vote to make those common sense regulations enforceable. Your YES vote will allow sensible economic development AND preserve the floodplains of the Baker. The floodplain provides a buffer against flooding and protects our only town drinking water from salt and other contaminants. We can encourage sensible commercial growth in keeping with our adopted Master Plan by passage of these amendments.

A FEW FACTS

The amendments affect the Baker River corridor. The Pemi is not part of these amendments. The amendments are pro-environment AND pro-development as advised in our adopted Master Plan. The bank and the fast food restaurant being built will not be affected. Landowners can still build and landscape in the ESZ. The ESZ allows driveways and their repair. Minor topographical changes are allowed in the ESZ. Agriculture and silviculture are allowed in the ESZ. Landowners cannot move mountains of earth from the ESZ to build elsewhere.

There will be NO DEBATE on these amendments at Town Meeting the next night

Voting is at the polls at Plymouth Elementary School

TUESDAY MARCH 12 8:00 AM7:00 PM


PAID FOR BY CITIZENS FOR CLEAN WATER, FLOOD PREPAREDNESS AND THE MASTER PLAN PO BOX 500 PLYMOUTH, NH 03264

OVER 100 PLYMOUTH VOTERS

Say it is reasonable to restore the Environmentally Sensitive Zone

Join us and vote YES on Amendments 2, 3 & 4 to restore protection of the Baker River Floodplain

WE NEED YOUR VOTE!

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Amey Bailey Scott Bailey Gunnar Baldwin Jr. Margaret Baldwin Mary Baldwin Veronica Barbadoro Charlie Barker Kara Barker Marcia Schmidt Blaine Cathy Bentwood John Bentwood Mike Bombara Arline Bownes Sarah Bunkley Denise Burchsted Pam Charon Bob Clay Jane Clay Jed Collery Ernie Coupe Kate Coupe Bob Crowley Jerry Crowley Mary Crowley Scott Coykendall Tabitha Coykendall Al Davis Tom Donahue

Katie Donahue Lisa Doner Jeremiah Duncan Kim Duncan Joe Ebner Maureen Ebner Clare Eckert Gisela Estes Paul Estes Edward Farrington Maureen Farrington Kathie Flanders Judy Floyd Paul Floyd Grace Garvey Bob Garlitz Virginia Garlitz Doug Grant Lois Grant Gary Goodnough Lynn Goodnough Dick Hage Pat Hage Carol Hahn Katherine Hillier Eric Hoffman Don Hundgen Sarah Hundgen

Frederick Kelsey Katharina Kelsey Patsy Kendall David Kent Widge Kent Edward Loranger David Lockwood John Lockwood Sally Lockwood Rachelle Lyons Pam Markowsky Nick Mathis Dom Marocco Irene Marocco Barbara McCahan Ted McCahan Denise McGlone Mark McGlone Doug McLane Micah McLane Sue McLane Rachael McLeod Todd Moore Chris Mumford Maggie Mumford Greg Nash Jeff Nielson Mark Okrant

Marla Okrant Audrey ONeill Janice Pedrin-Nielson Jill Perkins Paul Phillips Beth Quinn Cecelia Rai Steve Rand Jeffrey Rietkerk Kim Rietkerk Paul Rogalus Margaret Salt Butch Simones Rich Smith Sharon Smith Duane Snell Maureen Stewart Wally Stewart Leanne Stokoe Steve Sweedler Susan Swope Elsa Turmelle Slade Warner Joyce Weston Steve Whitman Sally Widerstrom Bruce Wiggett, Jr.

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We do, and we hope you will, too.

The Planning Board does not approve these amendments.