Clearly, residents in Henniker feel that if you pay your taxes you can do whatever you want on your property here in Henniker;
Everyone must understand that there are two types of Zoning Regulations, permissive and prohibitory. In fact, Henniker’s Zoning Regulation are permissive. (NH’s Office of Energy and Planning read here)
This is why in each and every zoning district, there is a Land Uses section. Here the permitted uses are enumerated. Can anyone show me where in Article V RV Village Proper Zoning District Section 133-22: A page 14, where a motocross track is mentioned as a permitted use?
In the video below both Mr.Demourra and Mr. Dias cite examples of riding a lawnmower or using a chainsaw or weed wacker as being comparable to the building and use of a motor-cross track. Clearly those activities are reasonably associated with homes and are not rare. Those activities are in essence self limiting and will not occur every day all day long and forever…at some point on a 1/2 acre lot you will have cut all the trees and removed all of the weeds.
I didn’t think that it was possible that someone would not be able to see the difference between yard work and a motocross track in terms of ancillary and accessory.
By the way Mr. Damourra and Dias…Mr. Forster was a paid in full tax payer…why is he being prohibited from doing what he wants with his property??? Odd that I have never seen nor heard either one of you support Mr. Forster’s rights??? “All animals are equal but some animals are more equal than others”…”Four legs good….two legs better”….hmmm???