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Old 06-26-2018, 05:56 AM   #86
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Default Judge rules for the City

LACONIA — A judge has ruled that the Laconia Zoning Board acted properly when it rejected a proposal to construct and youth camp and conference center on an island in Paugus Bay.

Belknap Superior Court Judge James D. O’Neill III ruled that the plan submitted by New Hampshire-Big Island to construct a girls’ camp and conference/retreat center on the 2.2 acre Big Island did not meet the requirements laid down in the city’s zoning ordinance for development in the residential-single family zone. He further rejected the developer’s contention that the camp would be a secondary use of the property.

Big Island’s owner, Scott Everett, said he might appeal the ruling.
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