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in duties to the provisions of Chapter 31 of the N. H.
Revised Statutes Annotated, 1955. Thereafter as terms
expire or vacancies occur, the appointing authority
shall be responsible for filling vacancies and maintain-
ing full memberphip of the Board of Adjustment. The
Board of Adjustment shall conform in membership and
term of office to the provisions of Chapter 31, Sections
67-76, N. H. Revised Statutes Annotated, 1955. In ad-
dition to the general powers granted said Board by
said Chapter 31, it may, in harmony with and subject
to its provisions :

A. Permit in the Agricultural District an industry
which, at public hearing, proves it will meet the fol-
lowing requirements :



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1. Be located at least 60 feet from the edge of any
right of way, and not less than 20 feet from each side
and rear boundary line.

2. Provide adequate parking facilities for:

a. Freight and delivery trucks and

b. Employee parking

3. Will not offend by reason of the emission of
smoke, dust, gas, noise, odor or fumes.

ARTICLE XI

Amendments
This ordinance may be amended by a majority vote
of any legal town meeting after such amendment has
received a final public hearing by the legislative body,
which hearing has been advertised and given a legal
fifteen-day notice; or when such amendment has been
published in its entirety in the warrant calling for the
town meeting.

ARTICLE XII

Penalty

Every person, persons, firm or corporation violating

any of the provisions of this ordinance shall be fined

not more than $10 upon convicition for each day such

violation exists.

ARTICLE XIII
Saving Clause
The invalidity of any provision of this ordinance
shall not affect the validity of any other provisions.
ARTICLE XIV
When Effective
This ordinance shall take effect upon passage.
ARTICLE XV
Definitions
Accessory Building means a building subordinate to
the main building on a lot used for purposes custom-



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arily incidental to those of the main building.

Frontage means the length of the lot bordering on
the public right of way.

Front Yard means a space extending for a full width
of a lot between the extreme front line of a building
and the nearest edge of the right of way.

Home Produce and Products means and includes
everything of an agricultural nature grown, produced,
conditioned or otherwise carried on the property of the
resident, also such articles as are manufactured or al-
tered by members of the household of the bona fide
resident of any property.

Hotel or Inn means any building or portion thereof
where lodging is offered to transient guests for com-
pensation and in which there are more than five sleep-
ing rooms with no cooking facilities in an individual
room or apartment.

Industry is the gainful activity involved in produc-
ing, distributing and changing the form of raw ma-
terials, or of assembling components and parts, pack-
aging, warehousing, and transporting furnished prod-
ucts. Such production involves the employment of
management, labor, machinery and real estate to cre-
ate tangible products or utility services having value.

Junk means any old metals, bottles, cotton or woolen
mill waste, unfinished cloth, unfinished cotton or woolen
mill yarns, old paper products, two or more unregis-
tered vehicles which are unfit for use on highways,
used parts and material, or motor vehicles and other
second hand articles, the accumulation of which is
detrimental or injurious to the neighborhood.

Nonconforming building or structure. A noncon-
forming building or structure, the use of which in
whole or in part does not conform to the use regula-
tions of the ordinance.



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Nonconforming use is a use in any building or struc-
ture which does not conform to the use regulations of
the District in which such use exists.

Record Lot, Land designated as a separate and dis-
tinct parcel in a legally recorded deed filed in the Regis-
try of Deeds, Strafford County, New Hampshire.

Right of Way means and includes all town, state and
federal highways and the land on either side of same
as covered by statutes to determine the widths of the
rights of way.

Sign. Any advertisement, announcement, direction
or communication produced in whole or in part by the
construction, erection, affixing, or placing of a struc-
ture on any land or on any other structure, or produced
by painting on or posting or placing an}^ printed, let-
tered, pictured, figured or colored material on any
building, structure or surface; provided, hov/ever, that
signs placed or erected by the Town, State, or Federal
Government for the purpose of showing highway or
street names or traffic directions or regulations or for
other municipal or governmental purposes shall not be
included herein, nor shall this include signs which are
part of the architectural design of the building.

Tourist Court, Cabins, Motel mean one or more de-
tached or semi-detached buildings containing guest
rooms or apartments with automobile storage space
serving such rooms or apartments provided in connec-
tion therewith, which group is designed or used pri-
marily for the accommodation of automobile travelers,
including groups designated as tourist courts, cabins,
and motel developments.

Tourist Home means any place consisting of a room
or group of rooms located on one premises where



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transient accommodations for sleeping or living pur-
poses are provided for a price.

Trailer Park or Mobilehome Park means a land area
occupied or designed for occupancy by two or more
trailers in use for living purposes.

Permanent Residence for a Trailer or Mobilehome
means any trailer or mobilehome occupied for six
months or more.



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