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New Hampshire Civil Engineers, Land Surveyors and Landscape Architects
Route 128, Londonderry, New Hampshire
Mack’s Apples is a family owned apple orchard in Londonderry, New Hampshire. The family wanted to sell the development rights to the town.
The Town wanted to preserve a historic and working apple orchard that is a popular attraction.
This was a three-phase job including a 160-acre boundary survey of agricultural property, several subdivisions of land (one deeded to the Town), a lot line adjustment and a large conservation easement. A skating rink was also proposed for use by the town citizens on an adjacent parcel.
Town of Londonderry Subdivision Approval
Conservation Commission Approval for use of town forests
A dozen waivers requested and granted
ZBA input for non-accessory sign and retail sale of ice-cream
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