Calendar Add to Calendar Add to Timely Calendar Add to Google Add to Outlook Add to Apple Calendar Add to other calendar Export to XML When: July 8, 2020 @ 6:30 pm 2020-07-08T18:30:00-04:00 2020-07-08T18:45:00-04:00 Where: your home Conservation Commission Meetings TOWN OF SUTTON Sutton Conservation Commission Agenda for Remote Meeting due to Covid-19 Emergency Wednesday, July 8, 2020 To Access our meeting: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/872585925 By Phone: +1 (872) 240-3212 One-touch: tel:+18722403212,,872585925# Access Code: 872-585-925 Statement of emergency and identification of participants per Covid-19 remote meeting guidelines. Review minutes of June 10, 2020. Financial Report Correspondence — Thank you letter response to the Astle family — Letter from Matthew Churchwell with a check for $100 for SCC, which came from fundraising for his Eagle Scout project. — Email from Betsy Forsham regarding Japanese knotweed eradication and parking at Hominy Pot Rd — Letter from Shane Csiki, Flood Hazards Program Administrator from NHDES informing the town that interns will be doing stream assessments on culverts in Central NH this summer. The long-term goal of the stream crossing initiative is to collect comprehensive data regarding culverts relative to flood risk, watershed-based aquatic connectivity, and the hydraulic vulnerability of culverts at a range of flows. — Email letter from Gabe Roxby, Field Forester with SPNHF, giving status on the timber harvest in the Black Mountain Forest affecting the Lincoln Trail, and including a map showing where the cuts are relative to the trail. — NHACC June 2020 eNews, with info about grant and educational opportunities, news about conservation land acquisition — Email notice from NHACC about an online training program offered by UNH Extension: Covid-19 Safety Training for Outdoor Volunteering. — Letter from NH Lakes thanking the SCC for the $100 membership contribution. — NH Forest Health Update from NH Forests and Lands. Email forwarded by Don Davis. Hemlock Woolly Adelgid has now been conformed in Sutton. — Announcement from NHACC that applications are now open for Community Conservation Cohort Training, from September through November. — Announcement from UNH Extension that the NH Wildlife Action Plan maps have been updated for 2020 and can be viewed on;line. Review of Wetland Applications and Issues — Copy of Confirmation of Complete Forestry Statutory Permit-by-Notification (SBN) sent by NHDES to the SPNHF. File no. 2020-01341 — A special Sutton wildlife area (guess its location…) 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. — F. Boynton, Jr, Rt 114, 12 out of 12 acres, T/L #09-822-416, Chuck Rose, logger. — A copy of a letter from NH Forests & Lands to Roland Lemire was received, stating that a variance was granted to allow removal of more than 50% basal area from along 800 ft of Foothills Rd in T/L #02-830-262. Old Business — Report from Property Advisory Committee — Review of Sutton conservation properties to be monitored by Sutton — Report on SCC website enhancements. — Status of Horse Beach parking area and parking area at junction of Hominy Pot Rd & Kezar St. — Smiley Grove water celery situation update — Sundell Natural Area review — NHDOT Notification: Contacting Meli Dube New Business — Webb/Crowell Eagle Scout boardwalk completion & celebration — Presentation by LSPA of watershed management plan? Trail Maintenance and Development — Trail Advisory Committee Report: “Work Day” report King Hill trail mowing Signage updates: Adding “Sutton Conservation Commission” to all reservation signs & some new signs Directional signs to Sutton conservation lands Parking at Sutton conservation lands Next Meeting: Wednesday, August 12th at 6:30 PM.