Skip to comments.50 Foot Rule For Shore Owners (New Hampshire)
Posted on 06/30/2008 9:36:35 AM PDT by Aglooka
Thousands of shorefront property owners and builders across the state are on a crash course to understand a new permit system that goes into effect tomorrow.
Effective July 1, a state shoreland permit is required for excavation, filling and construction within 250 feet of shore if minimum standards for maintaining the lot's natural state are not met. Those standards are outlined in the new Comprehensive Shoreland Protection Act (RSA 483-B).
"It is impossible to figure out unless you are an engineer or a scientist," he said.
"My basic thing is that the restrictions are so strict. In my mind it constitutes a taking of personal property which, according to the Constitution, is illegal without compensation," Kaiser said.
He said he opened up a driveway for a pipe he needed before July 1, so he didn't have to hire an engineer or spend $100 for a permit.
"I thought about hiring an attorney and taking this to court because it is an infringement on personal freedom," Kaiser said.
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LOL Too bad New Hampster had an open borders policy along the Taxachusetts border. They’re paying for it now.
Excluding Portsmouth, how many miles of NH coastline are there? 10?
18 in all.
This probably also affects lake shore.
I wonder how long before the state just decides to take control back for ‘their’ property.
The rabble cannot own land in this country.
Yeah, or the Native Americans.
As a resident of southern NH, all I can say is: Build the Wall. Build it Now. And after that, we can start on the Mexican border.
boy that was outta left field. Here we’re talking property rights and you dredge that up. Too much white guilt today?
Sorry, I thought you were talking about taking back property.
Yes it does include lake shores
‘Sorry, I thought you were talking about taking back property.”
No you were pulling a liberal tactic of saying this land wasn’t “whitey’s” to start with so whitey should have nothing to say in the matter.
I feel very guilty that whitey disrupted the highly peaceful utopia that was north america before whitey landed here. /vomit
Actually, neither...I was just messing with ya. Chill
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