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mtapley@sandown.us
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(603) 887-6085
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Public meetings are held on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month. In November and December, they are held on the first and third Thursdays. The meetings begin at 7pm at the Town Hall.

The public is encouraged to attend.
 
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Members
Name
Title
Term Expiration
Paul Carey
Chairman
2018
Brian Butler
Vice Chairman
2018
Jillian Winmill
 
2019
Katie Palladino
 
2019
Terry Knuuttunen
 
2020
Tom Sands
 
2020
Pam Gaudreau
 
2020
Mark Traeger
Alternate
2019
Kevin Major
Alternate
2019
Jonathan M. Goldman
Selectmen's Liaison
 
Administrative Assistant/Recording Secretary
 
Bruce Gilday
Environmental Consultant
 
Fishing Derby Chair
 

In the state of New Hampshire, a town or city’s local conservation commission is established for the proper utilization and protection of the natural resources and for the protection of watershed resources of said city or town.

Conservation commissions are charged with:
1) Protection of natural resources and wetlands
2) Acquisition and management of “open space”
3) Long-term preservation of water quality


Get Involved

If you would like to bring business before the conservation commission, simply email mtapley@sandown.us to be added to the agenda for the next meeting.

If you have an idea for a project or event, feel free to email mtapley@sandown.us or reach out to a member of the conservation commission.

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