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24 Oct 2018 • Northport Maine
06 Dec 2018 8:00 AM • NHHFA 32 Constitution Ave Bedford, NH Please Use East Entrance
07 Dec 2018 • Murphy's Taproom 393 NH-101, Bedford, NH 03110

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Did you know that October is National Community Planning month?

Well, 2018's theme is Housing as Community Infrastructure-

To help celebrate, we're inviting you and your communities to check out the Planning Month Key Messages and share with your communities the importance of Planning with this Proclamation. Thanks for helping to make the Planning World a worthwhile one.

PlanNH is hosting "The Power of Local in Creating Healthy and Vibrant Communities" on October 18-29 at the Keene Courtyard. For more information visit their event website.

NNECAPA 2018 Registration is open!

  • 24 October 24-26 2018
    Point Lookout, Northport, Maine

Register now for the 2018 NNECAPA Conference on October 24 - 26 at Point Lookout in Northport, ME. Workshop session descriptions are available on the NNECAPA conference webpage if you wish to review them before making your registration selections.

Save the Date:

NHPA Annual Meeting-- December 7th at Murphy's Taproom in Bedford, NH!

Check out our latest edition of our Granite State Planner newsletter!


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NHDES in Concord

Check out the full program!

2018 Local Energy Solutions Conference will be November 16 at the Grappone Center in Concord. Check out the official conference website which includes more details and the registration page.

Jeff Taylor Bean Pots to Bell Towers Fund  

Colleagues and friends of the late Jeff Taylor are creating a memorial fund to provide continuing support for the kinds of projects that benefited from his amazing creativity, energy and ability to bring diverse interests together. 

For more information about the fund and how you can contribute, see



NHDES' Potable Water Guide

The 2016 Potable  Water Guide  provides guidance to municipalities that wish to incorporate a refined definition of “potable water” into their building codes. For more information, contact Pierce Rigrod at NHDES (603) 271-0688

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