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Dan Garlington

Highway Supervisor

Town of Plaistow

HQ Phone:  (603) 382-5200

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Town of Plaistow

145 Main Street

Plaistow, New Hampshire,03865

United States

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Plaistow, New Hampshire - Elected Officials

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Plaistow, New Hampshire - PB Meeting Minutes 06/20/07

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L. Komornick replied that Danny Garlington (Plaistow Highway Supervisor) would be reviewing that and had already noted that he does not want delivery trucks on that road.
M. Dorman noted there was already a vehicle weight restriction on Garden Road. T. Moore suggested that anyone who would be using Garden Road for access already was using Garden Road. He added that he agreed that moving the signal pole ten feet would help with the egress from the site. D. Jordan noted that it would be a monumental undertaking. R. Zukas said that while it may be difficult, it would improve safety, adding that he wasn't sure why it had been put there to begin with. He suggested that the State be brought into that discussion since they created the problem putting the light there is the first place. L. Komornick suggested that she could write a letter to NHDOT asking it to be looked at. R. Zukas added that the letter should suggest in the strongest terms that the light pole be moved. L. Komornick offered that the Board needed to let the applicant know whether or not this project was viable as it was unlikely that there would be any significant changes as they have already explained that they have done about all they can do. She noted that a lot of the concerns being expressed regarding this site were the same with the Home Depot site and have leveled out over time. M. Curran noted that she didn't think it was the safest use for this site.


Plaistow, New Hampshire - PB Meeting Minutes 05/16/07

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L. Komornick noted that all traffic studies would be reviewed by CLD and Dan Garlington, Plaistow Highway Supervisor, would be consulted as well.


Plaistow, New Hampshire - PB Meeting Minutes 04/18/07

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M. Dorman asked if R. Pica was meeting with Dan Garlington (Plaistow Highway Supervisor) on the site.
R. Pica confirmed that he would be to review the side walk plan as well as the trimming of the trees for sight distance. He added that there was a utility plan but that sometime changes are made to that in the field. M. Curran questioned if the utility changes were on the site or the street. It was confirmed that the changes would be on the site if any changes needed to happen. R. Zukas said that he assumed Dig Safe would be consulted for utility location. R. Pica assured that they would but noted that they didn't always have the location of town drainage. M. Curran noted that anything to do with the fire suppression line should be okayed with the Fire Chief. She asked R. Pica what kind of field changes he was anticipating. R. Pica said that he wasn't looking for any but was always prepared for the possibility.


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