Ossipee Lake Marina has appealed to state Supreme Court to overturn the recent Superior Court ruling that upheld the town of Freedom’s denial of additional boat storage buildings on the Broad Bay property.
At its monthly meeting last night, the Freedom Planning Board voted to approve an application by Totem Pole Park to expand its annual operating season from six months to 11 months, subject to a final plan to be submitted by the campground’s attorney.
The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services has announced lay-offs that will likely mean the end of the state’s Volunteer Lake Assessment Program, a 20-year partnership between the agency and lake associations to monitor the health of the state’s lakes.
In a complex case involving issues that began in 1997, a state Superior Court judge has upheld a decision by Freedom’s Zoning Board of Adjustment to deny business expansions proposed by Ossipee Lake Marina on Broad Bay.
The directors of Totem Pole Park, the largest campground on Ossipee Lake, have applied to the Freedom Planning Board for approval to remain open during the winter.