NEW WORKSHOP: Q&A WITH NHDES WETLANDS BUREAU
Rules Permitting and Updates
November 6, 2020 – 1:00 PM
The NHDES Wetlands Bureau has proposed to have a semi-regular meeting with NHANRS. This on-line meeting will be held on November 6th. The Wetlands Bureau will start off with an update on changes in regulations that are either recently passed or are being considered. From there there will be a question and answer session with questions that have been submitted prior to the meeting. If you would like to participate and have a specific question, send them to email@example.com with “Question for NHARNS Q&A with Wetlands Bureau 11/6/20″ as your Subject Line in the email .
Registration – On-Line Registration to a zoom meeting.
Cost – Free
NEW WORKSHOP: WILDLIFE AND ALTERATION OF TERRAIN PERMITTING CONFERENCE (via Zoom)
October 23, 2020 – 1:00 – 2:00 PM
As you may know, the NHDES Alteration of Terrain regulations now requires a wildlife study for all projects. This is still in its early days and there is some confusion that we hope can be cleared up. NHDES and NH Fish and Game are holding listening sessions with interested people. The first one was at the end of August and there are more to come. For the time being, we have a program to work with where qualified wildlife biologists submit reports to NH Fish and Game, and NH Fish and Game has input on potential impact to any rare or threatened species.
We have scheduled a 1-hour conference call seminar with NHDES and Fish and Game for an update for our members. This will include a discussion of the current status of the regulation by Ridgley Mauck of NH Department of Environmental Services and a discussion on the process and procedure for working with Melissa.
Registration: On-Line Registration to a zoom meeting.
MAIN STREET RELIEF FUND
The Governor has authorized the allocation and expenditure of an initial $400 million in emergency funding from the CARES Act Coronavirus Relief Fund (“flex funds”) to provide emergency financial relief to New Hampshire small for-profit businesses due to the economic disruption caused by COVID-19. However, in order to provide the most effective relief as quickly as possible, New Hampshire small businesses desiring to obtain relief will first be required to provide information concerning their…Read More
UPDATE: The program has now entered Phase 2 (known as MSRF 2.0) and an additional $100M has been allocated to the small businesses of NH.
EMERGENCY ORDER #29
Release: Governor Issues Emergency Order on Executive Branch Deadlines and Requirements – Information on Changes to NHDES Programs
News from the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DATE: April 9, 2020
CONTACT: Jim Martin, (603) 271-3710
PLUS: EMERGENCY ORDER EXHIBIT H
Regarding Professional Licensure and Certification. May 19, 2020