Spofford Lake Association




Notice to ALL SLA MEMBERS:

Chesterfield Zoning Board’s Decision could Allow Cluster Housing on Spofford Lake

 

A rehearing on this issue will take place on March 18 at the town office building at 7:00pm.

 

We urge you to attend

 

The Chesterfield Board of Selectmen stated that the town’s Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA)  Board did not act in the community’s best interest and voted to appeal the ZBA’s approval of this development.   

 

The Spofford Lake Association’s position on this issue is:

 

a)  To support the existing zoning rules and regulations in the Spofford Lake District and strongly oppose any variance for any future cluster development,

b)  To oppose the Chesterfield ZBA’s approval of the variance requested by 9A LLC, as it is contrary to the townspeople’s vote to restrict such a development

c)   To endorse the action of the Chesterfield Board of Selectmen to oppose the ZBA’s variance decision as it follows on the citizens decision and supported by the Supreme court .

 

For more information and see Steve McGrath letter to members, go to the ‘News & Events’, section at the right.

Notice to ALL SLA MEMBERS:
Chesterfield Zoning Board’s Decision could Allow Cluster Housing on Spofford Lake
 
A rehearing on this issue will take place on March 18 at the town office building at 7:00pm.
We urge you to attend
The Chesterfield Board of Selectmen stated that the town’s Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA)  Board did not act in the community’s best interest and voted to appeal the ZBA’s approval of this development.   
The Spofford Lake Association’s position on this issue is:
a)  To support the existing zoning rules and regulations in the Spofford Lake District and strongly oppose any variance for any future cluster development,
b)  To oppose the Chesterfield ZBA’s approval of the variance requested by 9A LLC, as it is contrary to the townspeople’s vote to restrict such a development
c)   To endorse the action of the Chesterfield Board of Selectmen to oppose the ZBA’s variance decision as it follows on the citizens decision and supported by the Supreme court .
For more information and see Steve McGrath letter to members, go to the ‘News & Events’, section at the right.

 

 

 

Chesterfield officials have stated that the lake level will begin to drop effective October 9th. Please remind family, friends and neighbors that navigation hazards will increase and we suggest using caution.

During the survey event on September 9, 90 surveys were completed.  Since then, another 41 have been mailed to SWRPC or completed on-line bringing the total to 131 surveys.  This represents a 49% return rate.  For those who live in the Spofford Lake watershed area, please remember to return your survey to Lisa Murphy at the SW Region Planning Commission. Any residents within the watershed that did not receive a survey can still complete it on-line at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/spoffordlake


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