SNHPC works to promote coordinated development and planning of the region and to address regional needs and priorities. SNHPC is creating a variety of opportunities for residents in the Southern New Hampshire region to discuss what their needs and priorities are, through A Granite State Future.
The regional planning process also creates a forum for municipalities to communicate and collaborate with their neighboring communities. This can serve to identify significant cost saving opportunities where economies of scale can be achieved through collaboration where municipal interests converge, or to identify and resolve potential conflicts where municipalities may be working at odds with one another.
“The Granite State Future project is prioritizing input from local communities, individuals and stake holders to compile a broad based plan for New Hampshire,” said Ian McSweeney, director of the Russell Foundation. “This plan will then be used to strengthen employment opportunities, guide growth and move New Hampshire toward an independently sustainable future.”
Find out what your neighbors are saying, and join the conversation about the shared future in local towns and regions.
Connect with SNHPC at snhpc.org, granitestatefuture.org, facebook.com/snhpc and twitter.com/SNHPC.
For more information on the Rebuilding I-93 project, visit the New Hampshire Department of Transportation website at rebuildingi93.com.
The SNHPC Granite State Future Leadership Team meets on a quarterly basis. Check the granitestatefuture.org website for upcoming meetings and connect with SNHPC via email (email@example.com) or on facebook and twitter for project updates.