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Hebron Community Calendar

October 2021

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  • St. Peter's Church - Harvest Festival
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  • St. Peter's Church - Harvest Festival
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  • Hebron Housing Authority-canceled
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  • Zoning Board of Appeals-cancelled
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  • Open Space Land Acquisition Committee
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  • Public Building Committee
  • Board of Selectmen
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  • Holiday - Town Offices closed
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  • Food Share Van - Red Barn
  • Chatham Health
  • Planning & Zoning Commission (Public Hearings)
  • WPCA Meeting
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  • Hebron Board of Education
  • Historic Properties Commission
  • Conservation Commission
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  • Fall Outreach Collection
  • St. Peter's Church - Oktoberfest Dinner
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  • Public Building Committee
  • RHAM Board of Education
  • Douglas Library Board of Trustees
  • Economic Development Commission
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  • BOS/BOF/BOE Joint Meeting
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  • Reg 8 Insurance Consortium
  • Board of Selectmen
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  • National Drug Take Back Day
  • TTCP - Harvest Moon Festival
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  • Parks & Recreation Commission
  • Republican Town Committee
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  • Food Share Van - Red Barn
  • Chatham Health District
  • Planning & Zoning Commission (Workshop)
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  • Hebron Green Committee
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  • Household Hazardous Waste Collection
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Upcoming Events

Land Use Commissions

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Residential Housing

All the land use commissions of the Town have their offices at the Town Office Building and any correspondence can be sent to that address.

Planning and Zoning Commission:
Natalie A. Wood, Chair
Zoning Board of Appeals:
Martin Halloran, Chairman
Conservation Commission/Inland Wetland Agency:
Tom Loto, Chairman
Economic Development Commission:
Neil H. Amwake – Chairman

Application Procedures

First and foremost, it also is best to set up an appointment with the relevant town staff person and ask any questions regarding a new application to the towns land use commissions or with any procedure or process of which is unfamiliar to you. We will assist you with the process and explain what information and documentation is required.

For applications to the land use commissions, most often a complete set of plans documenting all naturally existing features and proposed activities will be required. This most often will require the services of a licensed surveyor or engineer. Application forms and fees are required with all requests. All forms and checklists are available at the planning office.

Often the most frustrating portion of the process is a delay that is avoidable. By reviewing your proposal early with the Town Planner, most of the delay can be kept to a minimum and we can guide you through the process in the most efficient and effective manner.