Category Archives: Brookfield

Unveiling of Regional Plan for Lakes July 18th

If you are a resident of Brookfield, Farmington, Middleton, Milton, New Durham, Wakefield, or Wolfeboro, this may interest you.

The unveiling of Moose Mountain Regional Greenway’s NEW Regional Conservation Plan: ‘Our Home, Our Land, Our Tomorrow’ will be held from 5:30 – 8:30 PM on Tuesday, July 18, 2017 at the Pinckney Boathouse, Brewster Academy, 80 Academy Drive, Wolfeboro.

Please pre-register by July 13. Call MMRG Education Coordinator Kari Lygren at 603-978-7125 or email

Flyer HERE

Agenda for the Evening:

Opening Reception:
– Review new conservation planning maps
– Complimentary light fare and soft beverages

Planners Dan Sundquist and Steve Whitman roll out and explain our new Regional Conservation Plan

MMRG Executive Director Patti Connaughton-Burns presents MMRG’s next steps

Question & Answer Session

MMRG’s Conservation Planning project was supported by funds from the sale of the Conservation License Plate (Moose Plate) through the NH State Conservation Committee grant program and by the Jack and Dorothy Byrne Foundation, the Davis Conservation Foundation, the Adelard A. Roy & Valdea Lea Roy Foundation, and other generous donors.

Sponsors Parkers Accounting and Wentworth Watershed Association.

Are there plans to bring Agenda 21 to your town?

“Sustainability” is the hot new buzzword on the left.

It’s the kind of word that sounds nice when you first stumble into it, but like everything else in the world of the eco-left, it really means control.

It’s what United Nation’s Agenda 21 is all about.

What might surprise you is that controversy over Agenda 21 tends to arise not from the dramatics imposition of its principles from above (like global warming), but from attempts to quietly insert UN dogma into local cities and towns.

Take a look at CFACT senior policy analyst Bonner Cohen’s article on

Bonner reports that, “planning commissions, which have spread like wildfire over the past couple of decades and whose members are unelected, produce an endless array of schemes designed to micro-manage every aspect of commercial, residential, and recreational life. No town, no matter how small, is safe from the meddling of planners in and outside of government.”

Are there plans to bring Agenda 21 to your town?

Is it already there?

You and your neighbors need to know.

Government Oversite Provides Closer Look at RPC Activity

Government Oversite is an organization that provides and insider’s look at what some RPCs are doing.

Through patient planning the SRPC has been questioned in public regarding their role in the Granite State Future, Sustainable Communities Initiative; the Regional Master Plan; funding sources and interpretations of the concerning grant language regarding property rights and the involvement of HUD in the regional master plan document.

Rob Collins, Brookfield planning; Ed Comeau, Brookfield planing and the Strafford Regional Planning Commission (SRPC) representative from Brookfield and other residents attended a SRPC outreach survey on December 7, 2013.

Cynthia Copeland, Executive director of the Strafford Regional Planning Commission is questioned regarding; Funding sources; RSA 36 obligations; Sustainable Communities Planning grant; HUD’s involvement; concerning anti- property rights language contained within the grant narrative; Nashua Regional Planning commission; Kerrie Diers, NRPC Executive Director;

This segment is packed with information and the exchange is intense, focused and detailed. Listen carefully. If you have time to watch the entire video it has valuable information.

Start video at 17:00