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Thread: The Cog is in the news again for potenitally unpermitted building

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    The Cog is in the news again for potenitally unpermitted building

    https://www.unionleader.com/news/pol...b334c2899.html

    I expect the next Coos County planning board meeting will be an interesting one.

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    From the minutes instead of a reporter.

    "Chairman Scarinza discussed an issue that had been brought to his attention regarding warming
    huts that were constructed last fall about 4,000 feet along the railroad. Chairman Scarinza is
    concerned that it needed site plan review and a zoning permit. He stated that he discussed this
    Mr. Presby prior to the meeting and that Mr. Presby’s interpretation of the zoning ordinance is
    different. Chairman Scarinza requested that before the next meeting that Mr. Presby provide a
    memorandum to the board explaining his interpretation of the zoning ordinance or submit a site
    plan application. "

    Mr Presby is a blessing for N.H. and one of the smartest men in NH. I wish him and the Cog the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peakbagger View Post
    https://www.unionleader.com/news/pol...b334c2899.html

    I expect the next Coos County planning board meeting will be an interesting one.
    Is there a way to view this article without actually subscribing to the source cited? Not only is the Union Leader a politically biased source. I really don’t care to take on any cookies they may be trying to mine.
    Last edited by skiguy; 05-17-2019 at 03:09 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skiguy View Post
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    Is there a way to view this article without actually subscribing to the source cited? Not only is the Union Leader a politically biased sourced I really donít care to take on any cookies they may be trying to mine.
    Like I posted I got mine info straight from the Coos county planning board site. No reporters bias or false information and facts. The minutes say it all and nothing else needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skiguy View Post
    Is there a way to view this article without actually subscribing to the source cited? Not only is the Union Leader a politically biased source. I really don’t care to take on any cookies they may be trying to mine.
    Most modern browsers have an incognito mode (browse in private, ...) which will discard any cookies or other traces of activity once closed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptCaper View Post
    From the minutes instead of a reporter.

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    https://www.cooscountynh.us/sites/co...es/05-8-19.pdf

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    Last edited by bikehikeskifish; 05-17-2019 at 03:52 PM.
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    Great info Tim. Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptCaper View Post
    "Mr. Presbyís interpretation of the zoning ordinance is different"
    But whose interpretation is it that really matters here? This reminds me of something... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1kzb6uf0U0k
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    Quote Originally Posted by TJsName View Post
    whose interpretation is it that really matters here?
    Reminded me of the General Bashington T. Bullmoose quote "What's good for General Bullmoose is good for the USA!" The General was not a big fan of regulation either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will View Post
    Reminded me of the General Bashington T. Bullmoose quote "What's good for General Bullmoose is good for the USA!" The General was not a big fan of regulation either.
    I was 99% certain that had to be a cartoon, but still had to look it up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TJsName View Post
    I was 99% certain that had to be a cartoon, but still had to look it up.
    Actually from the Broadway Musical and subsequent movie. The original oft repeated quote from the comic strip was less inspired: What's good for General Bullmoose is good for everybody, or something like that.

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