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September 21, 2022:  Town of Wilton Planning Board

Notice is given in accordance with RSA 676:4 & RSA 675:7 that the Town of Wilton Planning Board will hold a hearing on Wednesday September 21, 2022, at 6:30 PM – at Florence Rideout Elementary School, 18 Tremont Street, Wilton NH 03086, to consider the following case:

SP04-0822 – Willreign. An application by Willreign Properties LLC for a site plan at 47 and 49 Maple Street, K-072 (0.4 acres, 140 feet of frontage) for 5 residential units – 2 units in the former rectory and 3 units in the former church, alongside an accessory office and workshop. This lot is in the Residential District and Aquifer Protection District, and is served by town water and sewer.

A copy of the application submission is available at https://www.wiltonnh.gov. For more information, please call (603) 654-9451 x309 or email [email protected].


September 7, 2022:  Town of Wilton Planning Board

Notice is given in accordance with RSA 676:4 & RSA 675:7 that the Town of Wilton Planning Board will hold a hearing on Wednesday September 7, 2022, at 6:30 PM – at Florence Rideout Elementary School, 18 Tremont Street, Wilton NH 03086, to consider the following proposed regulation changes:

Amendments to Section I – Cisterns Regulations (to be renamed “Fire Protection Regulations – Fire Cisterns and Sprinklers”). The proposed changes are intended to provide more specific requirements for sprinkler systems, which the Fire Chief may allow to be installed in lieu of a cistern to satisfy fire protection requirements. There are also several editorial changes, including renaming the regulations’ title.

A copy of the proposed application is available for review at the Land Use Office, Wilton Town Hall, 42 Main Street, during regular business hours. Full text of the proposed changes is available at https://www.wiltonnh.gov. For more information, please call (603) 654-9451 x309 or email [email protected].

August 19, 2022, Outdoor Water Ban

Wilton has implemented an outdoor lawn watering ban for municipal water users effective August 19th, and asks all residents to conserve. See detailed article here.

August 17, 2022:  Town of Wilton Planning Board

Notice is given in accordance with RSA 676:4 & RSA 675:7 that the Town of Wilton Planning Board will hold a hearing on Wednesday August 17, 2022, at 6:30 PM – at Florence Rideout Elementary School, 18 Tremont Street, Wilton, NH, to consider the following case:

SD02-0722 – Kinder. An application by Richard & Beth-Anne Kinder, to subdivide Tax Map Parcel C-11 (64 Ring Road, 4.09 ac, 435.34 ft of frontage) into 2 residential lots. The proposed lots, C-11-1 (2.09 ac, 235.34 ft of frontage) and C-11-2 (2.00 ac, 200.00 ft of frontage), are in the Residence and Agricultural District and are to be served by private wells and septic systems.

A copy of the application submission is available at  https://www.wiltonnh.gov/government/boards_and_committees/planning_board/cases

For more information, please call (603) 654-9451.



July 18, 2022: Special Town Meeting


To the inhabitants of the Town of Wilton in the County of Hillsborough and the State of New Hampshire qualified to vote in Town Affairs:

You hereby notified to appear at the Wilton Lyndeborough Cooperative High School (57 School Road) in said Wilton, Monday, July 18th 2022, at 6:00 P.M, for a petitioned Special Town Meeting, to act upon the following: 1. To see if the town will vote to approve the designatjon of Barrett Hill Road in Wilton, New Hampshire as a Scenic Town Road in accordance with RSA 231- 157. The designation as a Scenic Road will extend in its entirety, from the intersection of Barrett Hill Road and Burton Highway and will terminate at the private property boundary on the lot identified on the Wilton tax map as map as A-34„ 2. To transact any other business that may legally come before said meeting.

Warrant Article

Signed Petition



July 8, 2022 EPA Site Visit

U.S EPA Department of Environmental Services Site Visit
9:30-10:00AM

Abbott Memorial Trust Lot J 104-2
Purpose: Preliminary Site Visit to determine testing approach. 

The EPA has secured an ex parte warrant to access the property belonging to the Abbott Memorial Trust, a charitable organization which has been dissolved, leaving ownership in question. The EPA's purpose is to investigate the buried cyanide confirmed by NHDES’s research and exploration, documented in a 500 page report available in the Town Administrator’s office. 

For map of site, click HERE.

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