New Webinar Series for Local Planning and Zoning Board Members

Rebalancing NH’s Human Ecology

If you serve on a local planning or zoning board in New Hampshire, or hope to do so, this might be of interest to you. Our friends at the New Hampshire Office of Strategic Initiatives have designed a new webinar series.

 

Were you just appointed or elected to your local planning or zoning board?  Congratulations!  The next webinar in the OSI Planning Lunches at Noon (PLAN)?Monthly Webinar Series is for you.  The April 15th session is designed for brand new planning, zoning, and other land use board members and is designed to be an introduction on board responsibilities and board member duties.  Stephanie Verdile and Michael Klass, Principal Planners at OSI, will provide a broad overview of basic procedures, discuss current planning topics, and review available resources.  The session will conclude with time to answer your questions about how to be a successful board member. 

 

To?Register:? 

  1. Send an email?to OSI at Training@osi.nh.gov by Monday, April 12, 2021.  Please include your name and the name of the municipality that you serve (if applicable) or other affiliation). 
  2. Add this webinar’s date and time to your calendar.
  3. Please note, confirmation of your registration and webinar login information will be sent out the week of?the webinar.  You will not receive confirmation until then. 

 

More Information about the OSI PLAN Monthly Webinar Series:? 
Information about PLAN, including links to the webinar slides, recording, handouts, and resources, can be found on the OSI Planning and Zoning Training website page at:?www.nh.gov/osi/planning/planning-training.htm.


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