Housing and the Future of Claremont: A Community Conversation
- Housing quality and types
- Planning and growth management
- Zoning and code enforcement
- Community pride and reputation
Recommendations developed in small groups during the conversation are detailed in the summary document.
What Comes Next?
The City of Claremont has obtained a New Hampshire Municipal Technical Assistance Grant to support many actions identified in three of the four topics: housing quality/types, planning and growth management, and zoning and code enforcement. The City has this established this project as a priority over the next 10 months.
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- Claremont Housing Initiative Steering Committee. The Planning Board will be forming a Steering Committee to shepherd the project from public outreach to final proposed changes to City Code. Claremont residents who want to participate in this important project should email or call City Planner Mike McCrory (firstname.lastname@example.org, 603.504.0347) to get involved.
- Healthy Vibrant Claremont. To get involved with Healthy Vibrant Claremont’s work on community pride and reputation, call or email David Putnam (email@example.com, 603.504.8679).
- Habitat for Humanity is creating a Claremont chapter. People who are interested in providing leadership for this good work for their community and their fellow citizens are encouraged to contact project manager Don Derrick (firstname.lastname@example.org, 603.277.9135) and find more details online.
- Lead Paint Challenge. Habitat for Humanity is putting together a team that would become certified, licensed, and capable of dealing with the issues of lead paint in older dwellings. If you’re interested in helping with the project, consider joining the now-forming steering committee. Contact Don Derrick (email@example.com, 603.277.9135) to join.