June 7, 2021 | Bonnie Hill Print this page TOWN OF SUTTON Sutton Conservation Commission Agenda Wednesday, June 9, 2021 Please note that the meeting is in-person and all visitors must wear masks. Review minutes of May 12, 2021. Financial Report Correspondence — Email from Judy Parkinson of Newbury Road asking about trenching out a brook to relieve flooding problem. — Email exchanges with Elly Philips regarding a wetlands violation by a homeowner on Rt 114. — Email from NHACC about a Zoom presentation on NH’s Right-to-know law, July 7th at 7:00 PM. — Lakeside, publication of NH Lakes, summer 2021 issue. Articles on invasive aquatic species and more. — Membership renewal form from NH Lakes. — The State of New Hampshire’s Birds – A conservation guide. Book from NH Audubon. Review of Wetland Applications and Issues — See above. Review of Intents to Cut and Logging Issues — S. Rossman, Birch Hill Rd, 35 out of 48 acres, T/L# 01-698-531, Paul Mulcahey, forester. Old Business — Prioritizing Sutton’s conservation lands for public access New Business — Cutting Japanese Knotweed at Sundell Natural Area. — Discuss authorizing Leo Maslan to write a Forest Management Plan for KHR. — Discuss designating KHR a Town Forest. — Repository of shared documents on Google Drive. — Focus projects for SCC in 2021. — Landscaping at Kezar Lake Natural Area — Upcoming public hearings of interest to SCC: OHRV ordinance 6/14, ZBA 6/16, Cluster Subdivision 6/22 — Placing Port-a-Potty on conservation land at Horseneck Beach — Landscaping Horseneck Beach conservation land area Publicity — The “Big Tree Program” Trail Maintenance and Development — Trail Advisory Committee Report > Report on Trail Work Day, May 15th > GIS map of KHR created as high school project > Donation system for KHR to help with mowing, plowing and maintenance costs. Next Meeting: Wednesday, July 14th, 2021 at 6:30 PM.