Town of Wilton, NH

Zoning Board of Adjustment

The Wilton ZBA

This is the web site of the Wilton, NH Zoning Board of Adjustment. You can find current meeting agendas and recent minutes both here and on the ZBA page of the Wilton town web site, but this site also has detailed case information, case records back to 1997, meeting minutes back to 1980, and much more.

If you know what you are looking for, the site menu to the left above or the news links below will probably take you there. If you are just broswsing, you might want to start by reading About Zoning and the ZBA.

What’s New?

June 12
A decision from the June 11 meeting has been posted for the Haman case.
June 10
The minutes of the June 8 Haman site visit have been posted.
May 30
Additional plans submitted by the applicant have been added to the Haman case page.
The minutes of the May 28 meeting have been added to the web site.
May 28
A decision from the May 28 meeting has been posted for the Murphy case.
May 23
A rehearing has been requested in the Murphy case.
May 16
The minutes of the May 14 meeting have been added to the web site.
May 15
A site visit has been scheduled on June 8 for the Haman case.
Neil Faiman and Joanna Eckstrom have been reelected as Zoning Board Chairperson and Vice Chairperson for the next year.
Decisions from the May 14 meeting have been posted for the Wilder and Petroules cases.
The Haman case has been continued from the May 14 meeting to the June 11 meeting.
May 6
The minutes of the May 4 Wilder site visit have been posted.
The minutes of the April 30 meeting have been added to the web site.
May 2
Documents from the Tuesday, April 30 hearing have been added to the Brandley and Murphy case pages.
A decision from the April 30 meeting has been posted for the Murphy case.
May 1
A decision from the April 30 meeting has been posted for the Brandley case.
April 30
The proposed septic system plan has been added to the Brandley case page.

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