Appendices

1. Definitions

2. List of Abutters

3. Streets Specifications and Palette

4. Signage Plan

5. Examples of Covenants, Restrictions and Easements

6. Articles of Formation

7. Trip Capture

8. Traffic Data

9. Water Supply

10. Fiscal Impact Scope

1. Definitions

Words and phrases within the Master Plan shall have ordinary dictionary meanings except as may be otherwise defined hereafter. The general definitions of the Londonderry Zoning Ordinance shall pertain to Woodmont Commons unless otherwise defined herein.

Accessory Apartment: (Also known as “granny flats,” guest apartments, in-law apartments, family apartments or secondary units and units over a garage) provide supplementary housing that can be integrated into single family and other neighborhoods to provide a typically lower priced housing alternative with little or no negative impact on the character of the neighborhood. Because the units are usually small, they are more affordable than full-size rentals. There are three types of accessory units:

  1. Interior – using an interior part of a dwelling;
  2. Interior with modifications where the outside of the dwelling is modified to accommodate a separate unit (this could include a unit over the garage if the garage is attached)
  3. Detached – a structure on a residential lot that is separate from the main dwelling, yet by definition still “accessory” and so smaller than the Principal unit.

Agriculture: Shall mean any operations of a farm such as the cultivation, conserving, and tillage of the soil, dairying, greenhouse operations, the production, cultivation, growing and harvesting of any agricultural, floricultural, sod or horticultural commodities, the raising of livestock, bees, fur-bearing animals, fresh water fish or poultry, or any practices on the farm as an incident to or in conjunction with such farming operations including, but not necessarily restricted to, the following: preparation for market, delivery to storage or to market, or to carriers for transportation to market, or any products or materials from the farm; the transportation to the farm of supplies and materials; the transportation of farm workers; forestry or lumbering operations; the marketing or selling at wholesale or retail or in any other manner any products from the farm and of other supplies that do not exceed in average yearly dollar volume the value of products from such farm.

Applicant: Pillsbury Realty Development, Inc., HYRAX Derry Partners LLC, Demoulas Supermarkets Inc., and Robert D. and Stephen R. Lievens or their legally authorized agents.

Assisted Living Facility: A facility licensed under RSA 151 for elderly (over 55 years of age) or disabled individuals, which provides onsite services that support independent or semi-independent living for residents, including, at a minimum, communal dining facilities, and may include onsite personal care services, housekeeping and linen service and the supervision of self-administered medications.

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Board: The Town of Londonderry Planning Board.

Business Center Development: A facility meant for the growth and/or progress of a commercial or industrial activity.

Civic Space: An area dedicated to Civic uses.

Civic Use: Uses that furnish cultural enrichment to the community, to include Community Centers and facilities for governmental, artistic or social pursuits, events considered valuable or enlightened, artistic training and performances.

Civic Use Area(s): Land areas designated on the Plan, upon which publicly or privately owned Structures may be erected, and intended for the Civic Uses.

Commercial: The term collectively defining workplace, office, retail, and lodging functions.

Community Center: A building to be used as a place of meting, recreation or social activity and not operated for profit and in which alcoholic beverages are not sold.

Conference/Convention Center: A facility used for the assembly of persons meeting for a common purpose.

Cultural Uses and Performing Arts: A facility for artistic or social pursuits and events considered valuable or enlightened. The facility may also be utilized for the training or presentation of an artistic act, such as dance drama or singing, to be performed in front of an audience.

Cycletrack: A bicycle way running independently of the vehicular and pedestrian portions of a thoroughfare.

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Day Care Center, Adult: An Adult Day Care facility in which more than 12 clients receive care, maintenance, and supervision by someone other than a relative or legal guardian for less than 24 hours per day, which has been licensed by a state or country licensing agency.

Design Speed: the velocity at which a thoroughfare tends to be driven without the constraints of signage or enforcement.

Dwelling, Multi-Family: A residential building designed for or occupied by three or more families.

Dwelling, Single-Family: A detached or free-standing residence other than a mobile home, designed for and occupied by one family only.

Dwelling, Two-Family: A residential building designed for or occupied by two families living independently of each other in individual attached dwelling units. Also known as a duplex.

Education and Training Facilities: An establishment for teaching or learning.

Elderly Housing: Housing established and maintained in compliance with the Fair Housing Act, as amended, 42 USC Sec. 3601 et seq that is designed to meet the needs of persons 55 years of age or older (RSA 354-A:15).

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Financial Institution: An establishment where the principal businesses is the receipt, disbursement or exchange of funds and currencies, such as: banks, savings and loans, or credit unions.

Green: an area of vegetated land.

Group Child Care Centers: Either a full day or half day child care facility (whether or not the facility is known as day nursery, nursery school, kindergarten, etc.) by which services are regularly provided for any part of the day, but less than twenty-four (24) hours to thirteen (13) or more children.

Home Occupation: An occupation, profession, activity or use that is clearly a customary, secondary, and incidental use of a residential dwelling unit.

Hotel: Any building containing six or more guest rooms which are used, rented or hired for sleeping purposes by transient guests and with access to units primarily from interior lobbies, courts or halls.

Light Manufacturing: Uses which are not offensive to nearby commercial or residential uses. Light Manufacturing includes manufacturing or assembly processes carried on completely inside a Building. Light Manufacturing shall not produce any of the following adverse impacts, as determined at the boundary of the Light Manufacturing Lot:

  • noise at a level greater than typical street or traffic noise;
  • hazardous solids, liquids, or gases for emission to the environment;
  • offensive odors or glare;
  • offensive vibration; or
  • any other adverse impact as may be determined by the Board, based on evidence presented.

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Master Plan: The Woodmont Commons Master Plan is comprised of this document, the Streets Specifications and Palette, and the numbered TND sheets TND 1 through TND 19, inclusive.

Maxima: The maximum amounts of various land uses.

Membership Club: Buildings and facilities owned or operated by a corporation, associates, person, or persons for a social, educational, or recreational purpose to which membership is required for participation, but not primarily operated for profit or to render a service which is primarily done as a business. Does not include gun related clubs and sexually oriented businesses operating as membership clubs.

Mixed Use Residential: A building or lot which contains residential uses located above, within or adjacent to other non-residential uses.

Motor Vehicle Station, Limited Service: A facility limited to retail sales to the public of gasoline, motor oil, lubricants, motor fuels, travel aides and minor automobile accessories. In addition, such a facility may provide minor vehicle servicing, minor repairs and maintenance, including engine rebuilding but not reconditioning of motor vehicles, collision services such as body, frame or fender straightening and repair, or overall painting of automobiles.

Nursing Home: Hospitals, rest or care homes, convalescent homes and homes for the aged devoted primarily to the maintenance and operation of facilities for the treatment and care of any persons suffering from illnesses, diseases, deformities or injuries not requiring the intensive care that is normally provided by hospitals, but who do require care in excess of room and board and who need medical, nursing, convalescent or chronic care. Such institutions include those for the treatment and care of mental patients, alcoholics and drug addicts.

Office Building: A free-standing “signature” building with more than 10,000 sq. ft. of space containing only business offices as its principle uses. Examples include corporate headquarters or headquarters of large law firms.

Office Building Space: Building space, whether for sale or lease within an Office Building.

Outdoor Storage: Placement on a Lot not within a Building or Structure of supplies, materials, goods, products or surplus materials for more than 5 consecutive days or more than 30 days in any year if not fully screened from public view; if fully screened from public (but not necessarily from aerial) view, then not more than 10 consecutive days or more than 60 days in any year.

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Park: A civic space type that is a natural preserve available for unstructured recreation.

Parking Structure: A structure or dedicated space within a structure for the principal function of temporary parking of automobiles with one or more stories above or below grade, and which shall not be construed as retail space.

Path: A pedestrian way traversing a park or rural area, with landscape matching the contiguous open space, ideally connecting directly with the sidewalk network.

Professional Office: Offices for doctors, dentists, lawyers, engineers, planners, architects, attorneys, insurance, real estate or investment agencies, or any similar type of profession.

Project: Woodmont Commons PUD.

Public Facilities: Any facility including but not limited to buildings, property, recreation areas, parking structures and roads which is open to the public.

Public Transit: Any form of “mass” transit, whether publicly or privately operated, designed to transport groups of people in a manner substantially different than private motor vehicle, specifically automobile, transportation.

Public Utilities: All lines and facilities related to the provision, distribution, collection, transmission or disposal of water, storm and sanitary sewage, oil, gas, power, information, telecommunication and telephone cable, and includes facilities for the generation of electricity.

PUD Bed and Breakfast: A limited scale hotel of no more than ten rooms.

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Recreation, Commercial: Recreation facilities operated as a business and open to the general public for a fee including but not limited to indoor theaters, bowling alleys, golf courses, racquet clubs, and health facilities.

Recreation Facilities, Public: Publicly owned or operated recreation facilities.

Religious Facilities: A building or a part of a building used for public worship by a congregation. Religious facilities include churches, synagogues, temples, mosques and other places of religious worship.

Rental Car Terminal: A facility available for the rental of motorized vehicles in exchange for payment.

Repair Services: Establishments primarily engaged in the provision of repair services to individuals and households, rather than businesses, but excluding automotive repair use types. Typical uses include jewelry, clock, radio and television repair, small appliance repair, bicycle repair and services of a similar nature.

Research and Development Laboratory: A structure or dedicated space within a structure used primarily for applied and developmental research, where product testing is an integral part of the operation and goods or products may be manufactured as necessary for testing, evaluation and test marketing.

Residence or Residential: A structure or part of a structure containing dwelling units or rooming units, including single-family or two-family houses, multiple dwellings, boarding or rooming houses, or apartments. Residences do not include:

  • Such transient accommodations as transient hotels, motels, tourist cabins, trailer courts; or
  • Dormitories, fraternity or sorority houses;
  • In a mixed use structure, that part of the structure used for any non-residential uses, except accessory to residential uses;
  • Recreational vehicles.

Restaurant: A structure or dedicated space within a structure, sometimes including nearby sidewalk and patio seating where the principal use is the preparation and sale of food and beverages to the public on demand from a menu during stated business hours, to be consumed on the premises primarily inside the building. Includes cafes, taverns, and similar establishments but does not include a drive-thru establishment.

Restaurant, Fast Food: An establishment whose primary business is serving food to the public for consumption on or off the premises including establishments which take orders from and provide service to patrons in vehicles outside the structure.

Retail Sales Establishment: A commercial enterprise that provides goods and/or services directly to the consumer, where such goods are available for immediate purchase and removal from the premises by the purchaser. Typical uses include but are not limited to clothing, appliance, hardware and department stores, automotive accessory, drug and variety stores, grocery stores and supermarkets.

Revenue Positive: A cumulative demonstration that the Project is generating or has generated more taxes, fees, donations, contributions and other positive financial impacts to the Town than the Project is costing the Town in services.

Right-of-way, R.O.W.: A strip of land that is generally used for the location of a street, walkway, utility line or other access way that is separate and distinct from the lots and parcels adjoining such R.O.W. and not included within the dimensions or areas of such other lots or parcels.

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School, Private: A private educational institution other than a public school which offers instruction in the several branches of learning and study required to be taught in the public schools or where instruction is given in the vocational, professional, or recreational fields.

Service Establishment: Any establishment whose primary activity is the provision of parking or assistance, as opposed to products, to individuals, business, industry, government, and other enterprises.

Setback Line: A line parallel with Lot and right-of-way boundary lines delimiting the closest a Structure may be erected to the perimeter of a Lot.

Shared Parking: Any parking spaces intended to be utilized by more than one use, where persons occupying the spaces are unlikely to need the spaces at the same time of day.

Sign: Any permanent or temporary structure, billboard, device, letter, word, banner, pennant, insignia, trade flag or representation used as, or which is in the nature of, an advertisement, announcement, or direction which is on a public way, or on a private property within public view of a public way, a private way open to public use, property to which the public has access, a public park or reservation. Non-illuminated and illuminated non-animated signs located within the interior of a building in a commercial or industrial zone shall not be considered a sign.

Small PUD Hotel: A hotel of not more than 30 rooms, with ancillary and accessory uses common to hotels.

Streetlight: A pole or pedestal mounted luminaire, with a metal halide or other full spectrum bulb intended to light thoroughfares, pedestrian facilities, or bicycle facilities.

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Thoroughfare: A way for use by vehicular and pedestrian traffic and to provide access to lots and open spaces, consisting of vehicular lanes and the public frontage.

TND Sheets: The plans portion of the Master Plan.

Townhouse: A single-family dwelling that shares a party wall with another of the same type.

Use Zones and Special Master Plan Terms, Including W-1, E-1 and the like: All references to “W-1,” “W-2,” “TND 1,” and the like refer to the TND Sheets, including either page references such as “TND 1” and references to areas on one or more of those plans such as “W-1,” “W-2-1-GL,” “E-2-1,” and the like.

Warehouse: A use engaged in storage, (wholesale, and distribution) of manufactured products, supplies, and equipment, excluding bulk storage of materials that are flammable or explosive.

Wholesale Establishment: An establishment primarily engaged in selling and/or distributing merchandise to retailers, users, firms, or other wholesalers, as well as activities involving the movement and storage of products and equipment.

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2. List of Abutters

Parcel Number Owner Parcel Address Owner’s Address
007 065 1 KELLEY ROBERT E
+ JEAN C
87 GILCREAST RD 87 GILCREAST RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
007 065 2 KELLEY ROBERT E
+ JEAN C
83 GILCREAST RD 87 GILCREAST RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
007 065 3 SMITH KELLEY RAE
REVOC TRUST
81 GILCREAST RD PO BOX 1105
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
007 067 0 LEEMEN
CORPORATION
44 NASHUA RD 220 N MAIN ST
NATICK MA 01760
007 068 0 CAROLINA REALTY
PARTNERS INC
36 NASHUA RD 625 AMHERST ST
NASHUA NH 03063
010 001 0 LONDONDERRY
COMMONS
1F COMMONS DR 1C COMMONS DR SUITE 17
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 001 1 GILCREAST ROAD
LLC
74 GILCREAST RD P.O. BOX 1330
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 001C 0 LONDONDERRY
COMMONS
1 COMMONS DR PO BOX 465
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 001C 0 LONDONDERRY
COMMONS
1 COMMONS DR PO BOX 465
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 001C 14 CALVIN RICHARD
A REVOC TRUST
1C COMMONS DR 6 MOUNTAIN FARM RD
BOW NH 03304
010 001C 15 MUSICS COOL
LLC
1C COMMONS DR 12 ADAMS RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 001C 16 MUSICS COOL
LLC
1C COMMONS DR 12 ADAMS RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 001C 17 SKONIECZNY
ANDRE
1C COMMONS DR 31 SOUTH WATCH RD
MEREDITH NH 03253
010 001C 18 JTLB LLC 1C COMMONS DR 35 PILLSBURY RD
SANDOWN NH 03873
010 001C 19 LOT 11-C-700 LLC 1D COMMONS DR PO BOX 439
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 001C 20 LOT 11-C-700 LLC 1D COMMONS DR PO BOX 439
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 001C 21 LOT 11-C-700 LLC 1D COMMONS DR PO BOX 439
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 001C 22 LOT 11-C-700 LLC 1D COMMONS DR PO BOX 439
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 001C 23 LOT 11-C-700 LLC 1D COMMONS DR PO BOX 439
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 001L 0 LC LONDONDERRY
LLC
1E COMMONS DR 1E COMMONS DR UNIT 30
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 002 0 VACCO RICHARD P
+ MARJEANNE B
78 GILCREAST RD 78 GILCREAST RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 003 0 HAUSSLER JOHN A 89 GILCREAST RD PO BOX 912
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 005 0 TRAVASSOS
BRANDON A + ANTONIO J
91 GILCREAST RD 91 GILCREAST RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 006 0 HOGAN MATTHEW A 93 GILCREAST RD 93 GILCREAST RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 007 0 DAHL EDWARD F 95 GILCREAST RD 95 GILCREAST RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 008 0 MACASKILL WAYNE +
DARLENE
97 GILCREAST RD 97 GILCREAST RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 009 0 KUKOWSKI JOHN E +
CAROL A
99 GILCREAST RD 99 GILCREAST RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 010 0 EMERY EARL C +
ALBERTA M
101 GILCREAST RD 101 GILCREAST RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 011 0 FOLEY RONALD T +
EMILY C
103 GILCREAST RD 103 GILCREAST RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 012 0 WOODMONT ORCHARDS
INCORPORATE
105 GILCREAST RD 15 PILLSBURY RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 013 0 SUGAR PLUM HILL
LLC
0 SUGARPLUM LN 100 ANDOVER BY-PASS STE 300
NORTH ANDOVER MA 01845
010 013C 1A ELLIOT MARK J 107A GILCREAST RD 107A GILGREAST RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 013C 1B HEGARTY FRANK G +
BERNADETTE
107B GILCREAST RD 107B GILCREAST RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 014 10 AUGERI ROBERT +
KIMBERLY
49 PILLSBURY RD 49 PILLSBURY RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053-2941
010 014A 0 NEWELL JEFFREY D 104 GILCREAST RD 104 GILCREAST RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 016 16 BAILEY ANNA J REVOC
TRUST OF 2008
16 GARY DR 16 GARY DR
LONDONDERRY NH 03053-2924
010 016 17 BRATHWAITE DEXTER P
+ BONNIE A
18 KITT LN 18 KITT LN
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 016 18 SCHMIDT ALAN D +
DONNA M
20 KITT LN 20 KITT LN
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 016 19 CARTER ROBERT G +
DEBORAH A
22 KITT LN 22 KITT LANE
LONDONDERRY NH 03053-2914
010 016 20 TISHLER DONALD +
LINDA
24 KITT LN 24 KITT LN
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 016 21 NORTON ROBERT H +
ALICE B
26 KITT LN 26 KITT LN
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 016 22 RICE DAVID W JR 28 KITT LN 28 KITT LN
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 016 23 GALLO PETER F 30 KITT LN 30 KITT LN
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 016 24 LOUD JULIE +
DAVID JR
32 KITT LN 32 KITT LN
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 016 25 AUGERI MATTHEW A
+ LEANNE
34 KITT LN 34 KITT LN
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 018 0 CABLE HOLDCO
EXCHANGE III LLC
34 SPRING RD PO BOX 173838
DENVER CO 80217-3838
010 018 1 BEAULIEU JOSEPH 51 HOVEY RD 51 HOVEY RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 018 2 MAUCERI DAVID A +
JULIANNE M
55 HOVEY RD 55 HOVEY RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 023A 0 CHAPDELAINE KEVIN
M
29 TROLLEY CAR LN 52 SPRING RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053-2932
010 023A A DERRY TOWN OF 29 TROLLEY CAR LN 14 MANNING ST
DERRY NH 03038
010 029C 1A CARTER CHARLES
+ LINDA
34A TROLLEY CAR LN 34A TROLLEY CAR LN
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 029C 1B COSTA LISETE D 34B TROLLEY CAR LN 34B TROLLEY CAR LN
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 030 0 DOUCETTE DENNIS
+ CAROLYN L
28 TROLLEY CAR LN 28 TROLLEY CAR LN
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 030 3 DICKENSON DONNA
E
24 TROLLEY CAR LN 24 TROLLEY CAR LN
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 037C 7A OWEN ERIK +
BARBARA
15A TROLLEY CAR LN 86 HAMPSTEAD RD
SANDOWN NH 03873-2413
010 037C 7B SALVAGE JACQUELINE 15B TROLLEY CAR LN 15 B TROLLEY CAR LN
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 038 0 DANIELS JOSEPH E 30 HOVEY RD PO BOX 342
LONDONDERRY NH 03053-0342
010 038 2 MILLER DORIS J 16 HOVEY RD 16 HOVEY RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 038 3 ROY GAIL M
REVOCABLE TRUST
32 HOVEY RD 32 HOVEY RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 038 4 BOLES JEFFREY M +
RACHEL B
28 HOVEY RD 347 CHARLES BANCROFT HWY
LITCHFIELD NH 03052-2312
010 038 5 STODDARD JOHN 26 HOVEY RD 26 HOVEY RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 039 0 TROMBLEY EDWARD J 24 HOVEY RD 24 HOVEY RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 040 0 HALL CHESTER H JR 22 PILLSBURY RD PO BOX 75 LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 040 1 IRONWOOD REAL
EST HOLDINGS LLC
18 PILLSBURY RD 57 NOYES RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 042 1 ONYX PROPERTY
DEVELOPMENT INC
1 HOVEY RD ONE JEFFERSON DR
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 042 5 HILLARD RICHARD J
JR
9 HOVEY RD 9 HOVEY RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 042 6 ONYX PROPERTY
DEVELOPMENT INC
11 HOVEY RD ONE JEFFERSON DR
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 042 6 ONYX PROPERTY
DEVELOPMENT INC
11 HOVEY RD ONE JEFFERSON DR
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 042 7 ONYX PROPERTY
DEVELOPMENT INC
13 HOVEY RD ONE JEFFERSON DR
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 043 0 VELIE JAMES D 38 PILLSBURY RD 38 PILLSBURY RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 044 0 SARTORI RONALD F 42 PILLSBURY RD 42 PILLSBURY RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 045 1 COMES BRUCE R +
CATHARINE
8 ASH ST 8 ASH ST
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 045 2 RUSSELL GARY H +
NANCY E
6 ASH ST 6 ASH ST
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 045 3 GEORGOPOLIS
STEPHEN J
4 ASH ST 4 ASH ST
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 045 4 DANAHY DANIEL A 2 ASH ST 2 ASH ST
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 049 0 SEVEN HILLS
DEVELOPMENT LLC
2 ASH ST PO BOX 1220
DERRY NH 03038-6220
010 053 0 NEW HAMPSHIRE
STATE OF
28 NASHUA RD 85 LOUDON RD
CONCORD NH 03301
010 054 0 NEW ENGLAND
INDUST PROP INC
3B GARDEN LN 12 LEXINGTON ST
LEWISTON ME 04240
010 055 0 KC PROPCO LLC 7 GARDEN LN PO BOX 6760
PORTLAND OR 97228
010 056 0 NEW HAMPSHIRE
STATE OF
26 NASHUA RD 85 LOUDON RD
CONCORD NH 03301
010 060 0 SILVA LORI ANN 2 BUYCK AVE 2 BUYCK AV
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 061 0 THERIEN ANDREW J 24 ASH ST PO BOX 633
LONDONDERRY 03053-0633
010 062 0 COOPER EDWARD 22 ASH ST 22 ASH ST
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 063 0 MORRISSETTE
HAROLD J JR
20 ASH ST 20 ASH ST
LONDONDERRY NH 03053-3361
010 064 0 DONAGHEY WILLIAM
J + CANDY
18 ASH ST 18 ASH ST
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 065 0 ROSA JOSEPH A +
MARION M
16 ASH ST 16 ASH ST
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 066 0 TILLEY DANIEL K 14 ASH ST 14 ASH ST
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 067 0 MACK DANIEL +
CHARLENE
12 ASH ST 12 ASH ST
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 068 0 WANAT LARRY D +
SHEILA M
10 ASH ST 10 ASH ST
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 072 0 INNIE IRENE P FAMILY
TRUST
3 ASH ST 3 ASH ST
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 072 0 INNIE IRENE P FAMILY
TRUST
3 ASH ST 3 ASH ST
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 082 0 OCONNELL DANIEL E
+ CHERYL L
19 ASH ST 19 ASH ST
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 083 0 PINKNEY DEBBIE 21 ASH ST 21 ASH ST
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 083 0 PINKNEY DEBBIE 21 ASH ST 21 ASH ST
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 084 0 NAULT DENISE M 25 ASH ST 23 ASH ST
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 084 0 NAULT DENISE M 25 ASH ST 23 ASH ST
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
010 142 0 PENNICHUCK EAST
UTILITY INC
7REAR GORDON DR 25 MANCHESTER ST PO BOX 1947
MERRIMACK NH 03054- 5191
010 150 0 STATE OF NEW
HAMPSHIRE
26 APPLETREE LN P.O. BOX 483 7 HAZEN DR
CONCORD NH 03302-0483
010 151 0 NEW HAMPSHIRE
STATE OF
28 APPLETREE LN 85 LOUDON RD
CONCORD NH 03301
010 154 0 LONDONDERRY
TOWN OF
49 HOVEY RD 268B MAMMOTH RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
013 001 11 FERREIRA JOHN L
JR
58 HOVEY RD 58 HOVEY RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
013 001 14 LONDONDERRY
TOWN OF
47 SPRING RD 268B MAMMOTH RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
013 088 1 DORAIKKANNAN
KUMARAVELAN M
3A COTE LN 3 COTE LN
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
013 088 2 ROSSI DAVID +
MICHELLE
18 SNOWCAP WAY 18 SNOWCAP WAY
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
013 088 4 MANDRIOLI BARBARA
E
60 SEASONS LN 60 SEASONS LN
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
013 088 5 TONKIN-BEATON
ELIZABETH T
62 SEASONS LN 62 SEASONS LN
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
013 088 6 NIGRO ANTHONY N
+ LISA D
64 SEASONS LN 6 DEER CROSSING CR
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
013 088 7 WALL GARY 66 SEASONS LN 66 SEASONS LN
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
013 088 8 ROTHERMUND
VICTORIA L + MARC
68 SEASONS LN 58 BOSTON ST
MIDDLETON MA 01949
013 090 0 DEMERS MARCEL E +
RITA A
30 COTEVILLE RD 30 COTEVILLE RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
013 094 0 PECK JAMES D JR 40 COTEVILLE RD 40 COTEVILLE RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
013 094 1 BURNS KEVIN M +
CHERYL J
38 COTEVILLE RD 34 COTEVILLE RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
013 095 0 SULLIVAN KIM J +
PATRICK F
37 COTEVILLE RD 37 COTEVILLE RD
LONDONDERRY NH 03053
013 095A 0 HYRAX DERRY
PARTNERS LLC
37 ROCKINGHAM RD 176 FEDERAL ST
BOSTON MA 02110

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3. Streets Specifications and Palette

Please see the Woodmont Commons Street Specifications and Palette dated September 27, 2012 following.

Street code: BVD-112MPPCT

BVD-112MPPCT Right of Way; click for larger image.

BVD-112MPPCT Intent
This is a robust street that accommodates both non-motorized and vehicular traffic.

  • Potential street section for new connection Garden Lane to Pillsbury Road.
  • Target speed 35 mph
  • This street serves all types of development and provides crosstown connections.
  • There is parallel parking on both sides of the street that provides a buffer for nonmotorized travel (NMT).
  • A substantial median provides a refuge for those crossing the street.
  • Tree-frontage serves as a buffer between dedicated, separated lanes for pedestrians and cyclists.

BVD-112MPPCT; click for larger image.

BVD-112MPPCT Specifications

Vehicular Realm
Target Speed 35 mph
Family Boulevard
Travel 2-way
Travel Lanes 2 lanes in each direction
Lane Width 11’
Allowable Turn Lanes Yes, in median
Parking Lanes Parallel on both sides
Curb to Curb Pavement Width 29’6” on each side of the median
Curbs Vertical
Median Yes
Bicycle Facilities Yes
Bike Lane No
Cycletrack Yes, one-way both sides
Sharrows No
Bike Boulevard No
Principal Frontage Street Yes
Queuing Street No
Pedestrian Realm
Pedestrian Facilities 11’6”
Street Buffer 3’
Pedestrian Crossing Time 8 seconds from curb to median
Pedestrian Threshold Gap 220’

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Street code: BVD-112MPPCT

BVD-112MPPCT Right of Way; click for larger image.

BVD-112MPPCT Intent
This is a robust street that accommodates both non-motorized and vehicular traffic.

  • Potential street section for new connection Garden Lane to Pillsbury Road.
  • Target speed 35 mph
  • This street serves all types of development and provides crosstown connections.
  • There is parallel parking on both sides of the street that provides a buffer for nonmotorized travel (NMT).
  • A substantial median provides a refuge for those crossing the street.
  • Tree-frontage serves as a buffer between dedicated, separated lanes for pedestrians and cyclists.

BVD-112MPPCT; click for larger image.

BVD-112MPPCT Specifications

Vehicular Realm
Target Speed 35 mph
Family Boulevard
Travel 2-way
Travel Lanes 2 lanes in each direction
Lane Width 11’
Allowable Turn Lanes Yes, in median
Parking Lanes Parallel on both sides
Curb to Curb Pavement Width 29’6” on each side of the median
Curbs Vertical
Median Yes
Bicycle Facilities Yes
Bike Lane No
Cycletrack Yes, one-way both sides
Sharrows No
Bike Boulevard No
Principal Frontage Street Yes
Queuing Street No
Pedestrian Realm
Pedestrian Facilities 11’6”
Street Buffer 3’
Pedestrian Crossing Time 8 seconds from curb to median
Pedestrian Threshold Gap 220’

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Street code: BVD-112MPPCTEX

BVD-112MPPCTEX Right of Way; click for larger image.

BVD-112MPPCTEX Intent
Same as BVD-112MPPCT with curb extensions and additional trees

  • Potential street section for future new connection Garden Lane to Pillsbury Road.
  • Curb extension spacing variable, 110’ to 220’
  • Target speed 30-35 mph
  • This street serves all types of development and provides crosstown connections.
  • There is parallel parking on both sides of the street that provides a buffer for NMT.
  • A substantial median provides a refuge for those crossing the street.
  • Tree-frontage serves as a buffer between dedicated, separated lanes for pedestrians and cyclists.

BVD-112MPPCTEX; click for larger image.

BVD-112MPPCTEX Specifications

Vehicular Realm
Target Speed 30-35 mph
Family Boulevard
Travel 2-way
Travel Lanes 2 lanes in each direction
Lane Width 11’
Allowable Turn Lanes Yes, in median
Parking Lanes Parallel on both sides
Curb to Curb Pavement Width 29’6” on each side of the median; 24’6” at curb extensions
Curbs Vertical
Median Yes
Bicycle Facilities Yes
Bike Lane No
Cycletrack Yes, one-way both sides
Sharrows No
Bike Boulevard No
Principal Frontage Street Yes
Queuing Street No
Pedestrian Realm
Pedestrian Facilities 11’6”
Street Buffer 3’
Pedestrian Crossing Time 8 seconds from curb to median
Pedestrian Threshold Gap 220’

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Street code: BVD-110MPP

BVD-110MPP Right of Way; click for larger image.

BVD-110MPP Intent
This is a robust street that accommodates both non-motorized and vehicular traffic.

  • Target speed 30-35 mph
  • This street serves all types of development and provides crosstown connections.
  • There is parallel parking on both sides of the street that provides a buffer for NMT.
  • A substantial median provides a refuge for those crossing the street.
  • Tree-frontage serves as a buffer between dedicated, separated area for pedestrians.

BVD-110MPP; click for larger image.

BVD-110MPP Specifications

Vehicular Realm
Target Speed 30-35 mph
Family Boulevard
Travel 2-way
Travel Lanes 2 lanes in each direction
Lane Width 11’
Allowable Turn Lanes Yes, in median
Parking Lanes Parallel on both sides
Curb to Curb Pavement Width 29’6” on each side of the median
Curbs Vertical
Median Yes
Bicycle Facilities Shared
Bike Lane No
Cycletrack No
Sharrows Optional in both directions
Bike Boulevard Optional in both directions
Principal Frontage Street Yes
Queuing Street No
Pedestrian Realm
Pedestrian Facilities 15′
Street Buffer 3’6″
Pedestrian Crossing Time 8 seconds from curb to median
Pedestrian Threshold Gap 220’

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Street code: BVD-110MPPEX

BVD-110MPPEX Right of Way; click for larger image.

BVD-110MPPEX Intent
This is the same street as BVD-110MPP with curb extensions and additional trees.

  • Target speed 30-35 mph
  • This street serves all types of development and provides crosstown connections.
  • There is parallel parking on both sides of the street that provides a buffer for NMT.
  • A substantial median provides a refuge for those crossing the street.
  • Tree-frontage serves as a buffer between dedicated, separated area for pedestrians.

BVD-110MPPEX; click for larger image.

BVD-110MPPEX Specifications

Vehicular Realm
Target Speed 30-35 mph
Family Boulevard
Travel 2-way
Travel Lanes 2 lanes in each direction
Lane Width 11’
Allowable Turn Lanes Yes, in median
Parking Lanes Parallel on both sides
Curb to Curb Pavement Width 29’6” on each side of the median
Curbs Vertical
Median Yes
Bicycle Facilities Shared
Bike Lane No
Cycletrack No
Sharrows Optional in both directions
Bike Boulevard Optional in both directions
Principal Frontage Street Yes
Queuing Street No
Pedestrian Realm
Pedestrian Facilities 15′
Street Buffer 3’6″
Pedestrian Crossing Time 8 seconds from curb to median
Pedestrian Threshold Gap 220’

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Street code: ST-92RAP

ST-92RAP Right of Way; click for larger image.

ST-92RAP Intent
This street accommodates both non-motorized and vehicular traffic and supports primarily commercial development.

  • The street is bounded by mixed-use/commercial development on both sides.
  • Target speed 20 mph.
  • A tree buffer and reverse-angle parallel parking provides a buffer for pedestrians.

ST-92RAP; click for larger image.

ST-92RAP Specifications

Vehicular Realm
Target Speed 20 mph
Family Shopping/Mixed-Use
Travel 2-way
Travel Lanes 1 lane in each direction
Lane Width 13’
Allowable Turn Lanes No
Parking Lanes Reverse-angle parking on both sides
Curb to Curb Pavement Width 62′
Curbs Yes
Median No
Bicycle Facilities No
Bike Lane No
Cycletrack No
Sharrows Optional in both directions
Bike Boulevard Optional
Principal Frontage Street Yes
Queuing Street Yes
Pedestrian Realm
Pedestrian Facilities 10′
Street Buffer 5′
Pedestrian Crossing Time 17 seconds
Pedestrian Threshold Gap 104’

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Street code: ST-75PPCT

ST-75PPCT Right of Way; click for larger image.

ST-75PPCT Intent
This street allows for robust non-motorized travel (NMT) with robust pedestrian & bicyclist facilities, additional parking, and vehicle travel spaces.

  • This street serves all types of development and provides crosstown connections.
  • Parallel parking on both sides of the street provides a buffer for NMT.
  • Tree-frontage serves as a buffer between dedicated, separated lanes for pedestrians and cyclists.

ST-75PPCT; click for larger image.

ST-75PPCT Specifications

Vehicular Realm
Target Speed 25 mph
Family Primarily Shopping/Mixed-Use, Neighborhood
Travel 2-way
Travel Lanes 1 lane in each direction
Lane Width 11’
Allowable Turn Lanes No
Parking Lanes Parallel required on both sides
Curb to Curb Pavement Width 37′
Curbs Vertical
Median No
Bicycle Facilities Yes
Bike Lane No
Cycletrack Yes, one-way both sides
Sharrows No
Bike Boulevard No
Principal Frontage Street Yes, but not required
Queuing Street No
Pedestrian Realm
Pedestrian Facilities 8′
Street Buffer 11′ shared
Pedestrian Crossing Time 10 seconds
Pedestrian Threshold Gap 110’

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Street code: BVD-112MPPCTEX

BVD-112MPPCTEX Right of Way; click for larger image.

BVD-112MPPCTEX Intent
Same as BVD-112MPPCT with curb extensions and additional trees

  • Potential street section for future new connection Garden Lane to Pillsbury Road.
  • Curb extension spacing variable, 110’ to 220’
  • Target speed 30-35 mph
  • This street serves all types of development and provides crosstown connections.
  • There is parallel parking on both sides of the street that provides a buffer for NMT.
  • A substantial median provides a refuge for those crossing the street.
  • Tree-frontage serves as a buffer between dedicated, separated lanes for pedestrians and cyclists.

BVD-112MPPCTEX; click for larger image.

BVD-112MPPCTEX Specifications

Vehicular Realm
Target Speed 30-35 mph
Family Boulevard
Travel 2-way
Travel Lanes 2 lanes in each direction
Lane Width 11’
Allowable Turn Lanes Yes, in median
Parking Lanes Parallel on both sides
Curb to Curb Pavement Width 29’6” on each side of the median; 24’6” at curb extensions
Curbs Vertical
Median Yes
Bicycle Facilities Yes
Bike Lane No
Cycletrack Yes, one-way both sides
Sharrows No
Bike Boulevard No
Principal Frontage Street Yes
Queuing Street No
Pedestrian Realm
Pedestrian Facilities 11’6″
Street Buffer 3’
Pedestrian Crossing Time 8 seconds from curb to median
Pedestrian Threshold Gap 220’

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Street code: ST-75PPCT & ST-75PP

ST-75PPCT & ST-75PP Right of Way; click for larger image.

ST-75PPCT Intent
This street allows for robust non-motorized travel (NMT) with robust pedestrian & bicyclist facilities, additional parking, and vehicle travel spaces.

  • This street serves all types of development and provides crosstown connections.
  • Parallel parking on both sides of the street provides a buffer for NMT.
  • Tree-frontage serves as a buffer between dedicated, separated lanes for pedestrians and cyclists.
  • ST-75PP same street without cycletracks.

ST-75PPCT & ST-75PP; click for larger image.

ST-75PPCT Specifications

Vehicular Realm
Target Speed 25 mph
Family Primarily Shopping/Mixed-Use, Neighborhood
Travel 2-way
Travel Lanes 1 lane in each direction
Lane Width 11’
Allowable Turn Lanes No
Parking Lanes Parallel required on both sides
Curb to Curb Pavement Width 37′
Curbs Vertical
Median No
Bicycle Facilities Yes
Bike Lane No
Cycletrack Yes, one-way both sides
Sharrows No
Bike Boulevard No
Principal Frontage Street Yes, but not required
Queuing Street No
Pedestrian Realm
Pedestrian Facilities 8’, 10’ for 75-PP
Street Buffer 11’ shared
Pedestrian Crossing Time 10 seconds
Pedestrian Threshold Gap 110’

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Street code: ST-70PPCT & ST-70PP

ST-70PPCT & ST-70PP Right of Way; click for larger image.

ST-70PPCT Intent
This street allows for ample pedestrian, bicyclist, parking, and travel allowances.

  • The street serves all types of development and provides crosstown connections
  • Parallel parking on both sides of the street provides a buffer for non-motorized traffic.
  • Tree-frontage serves as a buffer between dedicated, separated lanes for pedestrians and cyclists.
  • ST-70PP, same street without cycletracks.

ST-70PPCT & ST-70PP; click for larger image.

ST-70PPCT Specifications

Vehicular Realm
Target Speed 20-25 mph
Family Primarily Shopping/Mixed-Use, Neighborhood
Travel 2-way
Travel Lanes 1 lane in each direction
Lane Width 11’
Allowable Turn Lanes No
Parking Lanes Parallel required on both sides
Curb to Curb Pavement Width 37’
Curbs Vertical
Median No
Bicycle Facilities Yes
Bike Lane No
Cycletrack Yes, one-way both sides- 70-PP no cycletrack
Sharrows No
Bike Boulevard No
Principal Frontage Street Yes, but not required
Queuing Street No
Pedestrian Realm
Pedestrian Facilities 5’ 6”, 10’ for 70-PP
Street Buffer 11’ shared
Pedestrian Crossing Time 10 seconds
Pedestrian Threshold Gap 88’-110’

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Street code: ST-70PPCTa

ST-70PPCTa Right of Way; click for larger image.

ST-70PPCTa Intent
Same as ST-70PPCT, but with development on one side only

  • The street serves all types of development and provides crosstown connections
  • Parallel parking on both sides of the street provides a buffer for non-motorized traffic.
  • Tree-frontage serves as a buffer between dedicated, separated lanes for pedestrians and cyclists.

ST-70PPCTa; click for larger image.

ST-70PPCTa Specifications

Vehicular Realm
Target Speed 20-25 mph
Family Primarily Shopping/Mixed-Use, Neighborhood, Parkway
Travel 2-way
Travel Lanes 1 lane in each direction
Lane Width 11’
Allowable Turn Lanes No
Parking Lanes Parallel on both sides
Curb to Curb Pavement Width 37′
Curbs Vertical
Median No
Bicycle Facilities Yes
Bike Lane No
Cycletrack Yes, one-way both sides
Sharrows No
Bike Boulevard No
Principal Frontage Street Yes, but not required
Queuing Street No
Pedestrian Realm
Pedestrian Facilities 5’6”
Street Buffer 11’ shared
Pedestrian Crossing Time 10 seconds
Pedestrian Threshold Gap 88’-110’

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Street code: ST-65PP

ST-65PP Right of Way; click for larger image.

ST-65PP Intent
This street has shared vehicule/bicycle travel lanes, parallel parking, and dedicated pedestrian facilities.

  • This street primarily serves medium density mixed-use areas.
  • Parallel parking on both sides of the street provides a buffer for pedestrians.
  • Speeds are low enough to have shared bicycle facilities in the vehicular travel lanes.

ST-65PP; click for larger image.

ST-65PP Specifications

Vehicular Realm
Target Speed 20-25 mph
Family Primarily Shopping/Mixed-Use, Neighborhood
Travel 2-way
Travel Lanes 1 lane in each direction
Lane Width 11’
Allowable Turn Lanes No
Parking Lanes Parallel on both sides
Curb to Curb Pavement Width 37’
Curbs Vertical
Median No
Bicycle Facilities Shared
Bike Lane No
Cycletrack No
Sharrows Optional in both directions
Bike Boulevard Optional in both directions only where average daily traffic is <500 and parking occupation <50%
Principal Frontage Street Yes, but not required
Queuing Street No
Pedestrian Realm
Pedestrian Facilities 10’6″
Street Buffer 3’6″
Pedestrian Crossing Time 10 seconds
Pedestrian Threshold Gap 88’-110’

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Street code: ST-60PP

ST-60PP Right of Way; click for larger image.

ST-60PP Intent
This street has shared vehicule/bicycle travel lanes, parallel parking, and dedicated
pedestrian facilities.

  • The street primarily serves mixed-use areas.
  • Parallel parking on both sides of the street provides a buffer for pedestrians
  • Speeds are low enough to have shared bicycle facilities in the vehicular travel lanes.

ST-60PP; click for larger image.

ST-60PP Specifications

Vehicular Realm
Target Speed 20-25 mph
Family Primarily Shopping/Mixed-Use, Neighborhood
Travel 2-way
Travel Lanes 1 lane in each direction
Lane Width 11’
Allowable Turn Lanes No
Parking Lanes Parallel required on both sides
Curb to Curb Pavement Width 37’
Curbs Vertical
Median No
Bicycle Facilities Shared
Bike Lane No
Cycletrack No
Sharrows Optional in both directions
Bike Boulevard Optional in both directions only where average daily traffic is <500 and parking occupation <50%
Principal Frontage Street Yes, but not required
Queuing Street No
Pedestrian Realm
Pedestrian Facilities 8
Street Buffer 3’6”
Pedestrian Crossing Time 10 seconds
Pedestrian Threshold Gap 88’-110’

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Street code: ST-60YPP

ST-60YPP Right of Way; click for larger image.

ST-60YPP Intent
This neighborhood street is a lower capacity street designed for slower speeds within a narrower right-of-way.

  • Space is dedicated to a separated pedestrian realm.and a substantial street buffer is provided.
  • There is parallel parking on both sides of the street, also serving as a buffer between pedestrians and vehicular traffic.
  • There is a shared center space serving as a yield area for two-way vehicular traffic.
  • Bicycle facilities are shared in the yield area.

ST-60YPP; click for larger image.

ST-60YPP Specifications

Vehicular Realm
Target Speed 15-20 mph
Family Neighborhood
Travel 2-way
Travel Lanes 1 yield lane shared by both directions
Lane Width 16’
Allowable Turn Lanes No
Parking Lanes Parallel on both sides
Curb to Curb Pavement Width 30’
Curbs Vertical
Median No
Bicycle Facilities Shared
Bike Lane No
Cycletrack No
Sharrows Optional in both directions
Bike Boulevard Optional in both directions only where average daily traffic is <500 and parking occupation <50%
Principal Frontage Street No
Queuing Street Yes
Pedestrian Realm
Pedestrian Facilities 8’
Street Buffer 7’
Pedestrian Crossing Time 8 seconds
Pedestrian Threshold Gap 48’-64’

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Street code: ST-60OPP

ST-60OPP Right of Way; click for larger image.

ST-60OPP Intent
This street is variable, with vehicular travel lanes becoming on-street parallel parking
during off-peak times, and dedicated pedestrian facilities.

  • The street primarily serves mixed-use areas.
  • Sidewalks should be 10’-12’, which requires extending them onto private property, as happens currently.
  • Off-peak parallel parking on both sides of the street provides a buffer for pedestrians, and additional parking supply.
  • Speeds are low enough to have shared bicycle facilities in the vehicular travel lanes.

ST-60OPP; click for larger image.

ST-60OPP Specifications

Vehicular Realm
Target Speed 20-25 mph
Family Shopping/Mixed-Use
Travel 2-way
Travel Lanes 2 lanes in each direction peak periods, 1 lane each direction off-peak
Lane Width 11’
Allowable Turn Lanes Yes
Parking Lanes Parallel on both sides off-peak
Curb to Curb Pavement Width 44’
Curbs Vertical
Median No
Bicycle Facilities Shared
Bike Lane No
Cycletrack No
Sharrows Optional in both directions
Bike Boulevard No
Principal Frontage Street Yes
Queuing Street No
Pedestrian Realm
Pedestrian Facilities 8’
Street Buffer 3’6”
Pedestrian Crossing Time 12 seconds
Pedestrian Threshold Gap 176’ to 220’ Peak, 88’ to 110’ off-peak

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Street code: ST-60PCT

ST-60PCT Right of Way; click for larger image.

ST-60PCT Intent
This medium capacity street that fully accommodates both non-motorized and vehicular traffic.

  • The street is bounded by mixed-use/commercial development on one side and green space (a parkway or green square) on the other side.
  • This street accommodates one lane of parallel parking on the side of the commercial development.
  • There are two lanes of vehicular travel.
  • Non-motorized travel includes two one-way cycle tracks and a dedicated pedestrian realm with a street buffer.

ST-60PCT; click for larger image.

ST-60PCT Specifications

Vehicular Realm
Target Speed 20-25 mph
Family Parkway, Shopping/Mixed-Use
Travel 2-way
Travel Lanes 1 lane in each direction
Lane Width 11’
Allowable Turn Lanes No
Parking Lanes Parallel on one side
Curb to Curb Pavement Width 29’6”
Curbs Vertical
Median No
Bicycle Facilities Yes
Bike Lane No
Cycletrack Yes, one-way both sides
Sharrows No
Bike Boulevard No
Principal Frontage Street Yes, but not required
Queuing Street No
Pedestrian Realm
Pedestrian Facilities 9’6” and 5’
Street Buffer 11’ shared and 5’ shared
Pedestrian Crossing Time 8 seconds
Pedestrian Threshold Gap 88’-110’

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Street code: ST-50PCT

ST-50PCT Right of Way; click for larger image.

ST-50PCT Intent
This is a medium capacity street that has dedicated facilities for non-motorized travel, two-way vehicular traffic, and parallel parking on one side.

  • This street is bounded by mixed-use development on one side and green space (a parkway, open space or green square) on the other side.
  • The right-of-way provides ample room to have parallel parking to buffer the nonmotorized travelers on one side.
  • The green frontage provides a safe border for non-motorized traffic on the other side.
  • Tree-frontage also serves as a buffer between the dedicated pedestrian realm and the cyclists.

ST-50PCT; click for larger image.

ST-50PCT Specifications

Vehicular Realm
Target Speed 20 mph
Family Parkway, Shopping/Mixed Use
Travel 2-way
Travel Lanes 1 lane in each direction
Lane Width 9’ 9”
Allowable Turn Lanes No
Parking Lanes Parallel on one side
Curb to Curb Pavement Width 27’
Curbs Vertical
Median No
Bicycle Facilities Yes
Bike Lane No
Cycletrack Yes, one-way both sides
Sharrows No
Bike Boulevard No
Principal Frontage Street Yes, but not required
Queuing Street No
Pedestrian Realm
Pedestrian Facilities 7’
Street Buffer 11’ shared
Pedestrian Crossing Time 7 seconds
Pedestrian Threshold Gap 78’

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Street code: ST-50YP

ST-50YP Right of Way; click for larger image.

ST-50YP Intent
This neighborhood street is a lower capacity street designed for slower speeds within a narrower right-of-way.

  • Space is dedicated to a separated pedestrian realm.
  • A substantial street buffer is provided.
  • There is parallel parking on one side of the street, also serving as a buffer between pedestrians and vehicular traffic.
  • Not for dead-end streets
  • There is a shared center space serving as a yield area for two-way vehicular traffic.
  • Bicycle facilities are shared with the yield lanes.

ST-50YP; click for larger image.

ST-50YP Specifications

Vehicular Realm
Target Speed 15 mph
Family Neighborhood
Travel 2-way
Travel Lanes 1 yield lane shared by both directions
Lane Width 13’
Allowable Turn Lanes No
Parking Lanes Parallel parking on one side
Curb to Curb Pavement Width 21’
Curbs Yes
Median No
Bicycle Facilities No
Bike Lane No
Cycletrack No
Sharrows Optional
Bike Boulevard Optional
Principal Frontage Street No
Queuing Street Yes
Pedestrian Realm
Pedestrian Facilities 6’6″
Street Buffer 8’
Pedestrian Crossing Time 6 seconds
Pedestrian Threshold Gap 78’

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Street code: ST-42PSH

ST-42PSH Right of Way; click for larger image.

ST-42PSH Intent
This is a low-speed neighborhood street that accommodates both non-motorized and
vehicular traffic.

  • This street is primarily residential and borders green space
  • Target speed 15 mph
  • Cyclists share the road, indicated by sharrows.
  • This street supports residential development.
  • As an option, a 6’ sidewalk and 8’ planting area may be added to the right-hand side of the section, creating ST-56PSH.
  • Parallel parking on one side provides a buffer for pedestrians, and parking for visitors.

ST-42PSH; click for larger image.

ST-42PSH Specifications

Vehicular Realm
Target Speed 15 mph
Family Neighborhood, Parkway
Travel 2-way
Travel Lanes 1 lane in each direction
Lane Width 10’ and 11’
Allowable Turn Lanes No
Parking Lanes Parallel on one side
Curb to Curb Pavement Width 28’
Curbs Yes
Median No
Bicycle Facilities Yes
Bike Lane No
Cycletrack No
Sharrows Yes
Bike Boulevard Yes
Principal Frontage Street No
Queuing Street No
Pedestrian Realm
Pedestrian Facilities 6’
Street Buffer 8’
Pedestrian Crossing Time 8 seconds
Pedestrian Threshold Gap 66 feet

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Street code: ST-40PCT

ST-40PCT Right of Way; click for larger image.

ST-40PCT Intent
This is a low-to-medium capacity street that fully accommodates both non-motorized and vehicular traffic.

  • The street is bounded by mixed-use/commercial development on one side and green space (a parkway or green square) on the other side.
  • This street accommodates one lane of parallel parking against the green frontage.
  • There is one lane of vehicular travel.
  • Non-motorized travel includes a one-way cycle track and a dedicated pedestrian realm with a street buffer.
  • Cycletrack located on development side to give preference to bicycle travel.

ST-40PCT; click for larger image.

ST-40PCT Specifications

Vehicular Realm
Target Speed 20 mph
Family Neighborhood, Parkway
Travel 1-way
Travel Lanes 1 lane
Lane Width 12’
Allowable Turn Lanes No
Parking Lanes Parallel on one side
Curb to Curb Pavement Width 19’
Curbs Vertical
Median No
Bicycle Facilities Yes
Bike Lane No
Cycletrack Yes, one-way both sides
Sharrows No
Bike Boulevard No
Principal Frontage Street Yes, but not required
Queuing Street No
Pedestrian Realm
Pedestrian Facilities 12’
Street Buffer 9’ shared
Pedestrian Crossing Time 5 seconds
Pedestrian Threshold Gap 96’

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Street code: AL-25a

AL-25a Right of Way; click for larger image.

AL-25a Intent
This is a very low speed shared space street located at the rear of buildings.

  • This street provides access to loading facilities and service areas.
  • A two-way shared yield lane with minimal pedestrian accommodations is sufficient for this type of service street.

AL-25a; click for larger image.

AL-25a Specifications

Vehicular Realm
Target Speed 10 mph
Family Alley/Service Street
Travel 2-way
Travel Lanes 1 yield lane shared by both directions
Lane Width 18’
Allowable Turn Lanes No
Parking Lanes None
Curb to Curb Pavement Width 18’
Curbs Vertical
Median No
Bicycle Facilities Shared
Bike Lane No
Cycletrack No
Sharrows No
Bike Boulevard No
Principal Frontage Street No
Queuing Street Yes
Pedestrian Realm
Pedestrian Facilities 5’ one side
Street Buffer None
Pedestrian Crossing Time 5 seconds
Pedestrian Threshold Gap 36’

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Street code: SHAL-25

SHAL-25 Right of Way; click for larger image.

SHAL-25 Intent
This is a very low speed shared space street located at the rear of buildings.

  • This street provides access to loading facilities and service areas.
  • Staggered on-street parking is provided on both sides.
  • Planter curb extensions are used to guide where parking is permitted.
  • A two-way shared yield lane with minimal pedestrian accommodations is sufficient for this type of service street.

SHAL-25; click for larger image.

SHAL-25 Specifications

Vehicular Realm
Target Speed 10 mph
Family Alley/Service Street
Travel 2-way
Travel Lanes 1 yield lane shared by both directions
Lane Width 13’
Allowable Turn Lanes No
Parking Lanes Staggered parallel parking on both sides
Curb to Curb Pavement Width 25’
Curbs Vertical
Median No
Bicycle Facilities Shared
Bike Lane No
Cycletrack No
Sharrows No
Bike Boulevard No
Principal Frontage Street No
Queuing Street Yes
Pedestrian Realm
Pedestrian Facilities Shared
Street Buffer None
Pedestrian Crossing Time 5 seconds
Pedestrian Threshold Gap 52’

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Street code: BVD-110MVar

BVD-110MVar Right of Way; click for larger image.

BVD-110MVar Intent
This is a simple Boulevard street, with variable dimensions.

  • Target speed 30-35 mph
  • This street serves all types of development and provides crosstown connections.
  • A substantial median provides a refuge for those crossing the street and left turn pockets.
  • Tree-frontage serves as a buffer between dedicated, separated area for pedestrians.

BVD-110MVar; click for larger image.

BVD-110MVar Specifications

Vehicular Realm
Target Speed 30-35 mph
Family Boulevard
Travel 2-way
Travel Lanes 2 lanes in each direction
Lane Width 11’-12’
Allowable Turn Lanes Yes, in median
Parking Lanes None
Curb to Curb Pavement Width Varies, 22’-26’ on each side of the median
Curbs Vertical
Median Yes
Bicycle Facilities Shared
Bike Lane No
Cycletrack No
Sharrows Optional in both directions
Bike Boulevard Optional in both directions
Principal Frontage Street Yes W-2-1GL and E-1
Queuing Street No
Pedestrian Realm
Pedestrian Facilities 5’-7’
Street Buffer 8’-14’
Pedestrian Crossing Time 6 to 7 seconds from curb to median
Pedestrian Threshold Gap 308’-364’

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Street code: AL-25

AL-25 Right of Way; click for larger image.

AL-25 Intent
This is a very low speed mixed-use alley located at the rear of buildings.
• This street provides loading space and access to loading facilities and service areas.
• Alley operates as a one-way space but wide enough to acommodate loading.

AL-25; click for larger image.

AL-25 Specifications

Vehicular Realm
Target Speed 10 mph
Family Alley/Service Street
Travel 1-way
Travel Lanes 1 yield lane shared by both directions
Lane Width 13’
Allowable Turn Lanes No
Parking Lanes Short-term loading and unloading only
Curb to Curb Pavement Width 25’ building to building
Curbs None- reverse crown for drainage
Median No
Bicycle Facilities Shared
Bike Lane No
Cycletrack No
Sharrows No
Bike Boulevard No
Principal Frontage Street No
Queuing Street No
Pedestrian Realm
Pedestrian Facilities Shared
Street Buffer None
Pedestrian Crossing Time 5 seconds
Pedestrian Threshold Gap 52’

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4. Signage Plan

The following parameters pertain to the installation, use, maintenance, and lighting standards of signs within and relating to commercial and mixed-use areas within the Project. Signage within the Project’s residential Use Areas will be subject to section 3.11 of the Londonderry Zoning Ordinance, unless such section conflicts with the Master Plan, in which case the Master Plan provisions shall prevail.

Figure 1: Typical W-2-1 Sign Schematic; click for larger image.

1.0 Signage Approval Process

1.1 Permitted Signs:
Without limitation of the later provisions of this section, the following signs are permitted in the Project:

  • Construction signs.
  • Parking signs.
  • Canopy sign (on valance).
  • Ground signs.
  • Portable valet signs.
  • Post-mounted projecting signs.
  • Rear entry sign except along alleys.
  • Temporary portable signs in the public right-of-way.
  • Temporary sign advertising nonresidential property.
  • Commercial wall signs.
  • Churches, schools, community centers, and health care facilities, buildings housing government functions, and municipal, county and state utilities signs.
  • Multiple family residential signs.
  • Temporary signs for churches and private schools.
  • Traffic/direction signs on grounds of public, charitable or religious institutions.

1.2 Approval Authority:
All PUD signage shall be reviewed for conformity to this Master Plan by the Building Inspector.

1.3 Appeals
The petitioner shall be entitled to appeal staff denials to the Board.

1.4 Submittal Requirements
All signage applications shall include the following:

  • Written approval from the property owner for proposed signage.
  • Front, side and top elevations with sign drawn to scale.
  • Color and material descriptions.

2.0 General Sign Guidelines
All exterior business signs located within the PUD shall conform to the following
guidelines:

  • Signage shall be limited to trading names and logo only, unless otherwise approved.
  • Signs are used to establish a) identities of tenants, b) to contribute to a lively visual atmosphere, and c) to give clear functional information. Graphic signs should be simple and clear and reinforce the character of the subject business and overall character of the PUD.
  • Materials, colors, placement and shape must be clearly differentiated from public safety, traffic and regulatory signage.
  • Repetitive use of words or symbols as a sign element is not permitted except for a single band of letters inside a glass storefront.
  • No sign, except halo where allowed, may be internally lit, except in Use Zones W-2-1, W-2-2, W-2-1-GL, W-2-10, W-2-8 and E-1, and for Office Buildings.
  • Signs painted directly on the building exterior walls shall not be permitted.
  • Iridescent materials or signs, flashing lights, and Day-Glo colors are not permitted.
  • Service doors to tenant spaces will have only standard identification, i.e., tenant’s name address and number, hours of delivery and operation.
  • Sign maintenance is the sole responsibility of the sign owner. Signs must be kept in good repair.
  • Signs must also be maintained in a safe condition and pose no safety hazard and must meet all electrical and structural codes.
  • Signage may not extend beyond the roofline, except in the Use Zones W-2-2, W-2-1-GL and E-1 areas.

3.0 Business Sign Design Standards
The following signs shall be permitted for all businesses within the PUD.

3.1 Band Signage

  • Band signs should align with major architectural elements, such as doors and windows. Ornamental elements, such as moldings, pilasters, arches, clerestory windows, roof eaves, or cornice lines should be used as a frame.
  • All businesses are permitted one Band Sign on the facade.
  • Band signs should not extend above the cornice line or into or above roof areas, unless they function as an integral part of the façade or roof design or are a faithful accent to existing architectural details or forms.
  • Businesses shall be permitted 1 square-foot of signage per 1 lineal-foot of street frontage, except in the Use Zones W-2-1-GL and E-1 areas where the formula is twice that.
  • Letters may also be printed or etched on the same surface as the background which is then affixed to the wall.
  • Band signs may be illuminated with neon halo lighting or other light sources.

3.2 Blade Signs
Blade signs may be permanently installed perpendicular to the store front for ground and upper level businesses as follows:

  • Blade signs shall be designed to complement the business activities or the adjacent building.
  • One blade sign shall be permitted on each facade having frontage. No more than two blade signs shall be permitted on any individual business.
  • Blade signs shall only display the business name or logo. Third party advertising is not permitted.
  • Ground level blade signs shall not exceed 8 square feet per side.
  • Upper level blade signs shall not exceed 4 square feet per side.
  • All signs shall clear 8 feet above the adjacent sidewalk.
  • All blade signs shall be horizontally spaced 15 feet minimum from the nearest blade sign.
  • Blade signs may not exceed 4 feet in length.
  • Blade signs may be illuminated with neon halo lighting or externally illuminated.
  • Internally illuminated box signage blade signage is prohibited in Use Zone W-2-1.
  • Mounting hardware, such as supports and brackets, shall complement the design of the sign, the building or both.

3.3 Awning Signs
Awnings shall be sloped with a vertical flap at the bottom. Rounded, curved or other shapes are not permitted. Signs on awnings may be on the sloped portion or on the flap, as shown to the left.

  • Letters and graphics are limited to two surfaces and shall not exceed 10 percent of the total awning/canopy area.
  • Awnings may have open ‘sides’ or ‘ends.’
  • Awnings may be either fixed or operable.
  • Color combinations for awning or canopy signs are limited to three colors and should be simple. Lettering color and background color should contrast for legibility. Subtle bands of color are appropriate for awnings; more complex patterns or textures should generally not be permitted.
  • Awnings shall have a maximum slope of 45 degrees or 6 rise to 12 slope ratio.
  • Awnings shall not be internally or externally lit.
  • Awnings shall be made of canvas or other textile similar in durability and appearance. Permanent awnings as architectural features are also permitted. Plastic awnings are prohibited.
  • Letters shall be dyed or painted on the awning.

3.4 Pole Mounted & Directory Signs
Pole-mounted and/or other forms of freestanding signs shall be permitted in a village center as follows:

  • 8 square feet maximum per side for pole-mounted signs and 18 square feet per side for directory signs, not including decorative stanchions.
  • Business logos are permitted.
  • Each pole-mounted sign is limited to 3 colors
  • Signs shall be limited to 8 feet height, not including decorative stanchions.
  • Signs are permitted along the sidewalk and within the right of way.
  • Directory signs may be externally illuminated.
  • Pole signs shall be spaced at least 20 feet apart.
  • The sign shall be at least 1 foot from the edge of the street curb.
  • All such signs shall be constructed and secured so as to ensure the safety of pedestrians.
  • Signs shall be constructed of durable materials that complement the design of the adjacent buildings.
  • Directory signs or kiosks may be considered for sidewalk locations. Those for private arcades or buildings should be on private property, located in publicly accessible courts, access-ways, or passages. Only one directory sign or kiosk is allowed per street entrance.

3.5 A- Frame Signs
A-Frame Signs in accordance with this section shall be exempt from Temporary portable signs such as menu boards for restaurants, and special promotional signs for stores shall be permitted in the public right-of-way and between the building and street curb subject to the following:

  • Maximum area: One side – 7 square feet (Total – 14 square feet).
  • Maximum sign height: 42 inches.
  • Maximum letter height: Letters – 8 inches.
  • Number: One sign is permitted per business.
  • Illumination: Signs shall not be illuminated.
  • Location: Signs must be placed immediately in front of the business, within the width of store frontage and not, for example, at the street corner in front of other businesses. For businesses located in an arcade or plaza, a portable sign may be placed at the street entrance to the arcade or plaza.
  • A-frame signs shall be spaced at least 20 feet apart.
  • Location: The sign shall be at least 1 foot the street curb and placed so that it does not unduly retard pedestrian traffic flow.
  • All such signs shall be constructed and secured so as to ensure the safety of pedestrians.
  • Maintenance: Signs must be maintained in good condition and removed each day prior to close of business.
  • Quality: Constructed of durable materials that complement the design of the adjacent building.
  • Storage: Signs must be stored indoors after hours of operation.

3.6 Window Signs
Window signs shall be permitted in all business storefronts.

  • Letters and logos shall be silk-screened or of a custom vinyl appliqué. Letters and logos shall be affixed to back of glass and up to 6 inches maximum height.
  • One window sign per window is permitted.
  • One suspended sign, hung a minimum 36” behind glass display window is permitted at each display window within the storefront. Flat signs, clear glass, and/or acrylic are encouraged. Maximum height for a horizontal sign is 12” and maximum size for a logo object sign is 18” x 18”.
  • Window signs may list information including services and/or products sold on the premises, phone numbers, and operating hours.
  • Temporary Promotional signs are permitted in each business for up to 10 days per month and shall not exceed 25 percent of the total storefront window area.

3.7 Address Signs
Address signs containing the numerical street address are permitted near the principal entrance of all businesses or near the mailbox if applicable.

  • Address sign numerals shall be of uniform size and may be between 4 and 6 inches in height.
  • Address signs shall be easily visible by using colors or materials that contrast with their background.

3.8 Construction Signs
Construction signs are permitted as follows:

  • One (1) sign not exceeding forty-eight (48) square feet on a site providing construction information including but not limited to, the architect(s), owner(s) and/or contractor(s). Constructions signs are permitted within the Project or off-premises within 800’ of the site of the ongoing construction. Any offpremises construction sign shall remain with the Project. No more than four (4) off-premises signs shall be permitted for any single construction project (i.e. one building or housing subdivision). Construction signs are to be maintained during actual construction and promptly removed within seven (7) days after issuance of a certificate of occupancy.

4.0 Highway Corridor Signage
In Use Zones W-2-1 GL, W-2-2 and E-2-1, permitted monument and building signage shall be as follows:

4.1 Building Signage
Building signage shall conform to the following standards:

  • Total sign area shall be limited to 2 square feet per one linear foot of building length, but shall not exceed 350 total square feet per building.
  • Building signs shall be independent letters pinned to the building elevation, which may be internally illuminated.
  • Corporate logos and colors shall be permitted.
  • Ground mounted signs are permitted.
  • There shall be no height limit for building signage.

4.2 Monument Signage
The PUD shall be permitted a total of 6 freestanding monument identification features as follows:

  • Monument signs shall be located along the east side of I-93, the west side of Route 93 and/or along Garden Lane on property within or outside of the PUD.
  • Each monument sign may display up to four such signs (one on each side of the structure) and each sign shall be limited to a maximum of 20 square feet in area.
  • All monument signs shall be located a minimum of 50 feet from any right of way or property line.
  • Each sign shall be limited to a maximum of 350 square feet per side or 700 square feet total, plus architectural allowances such as walls and columns. Architectural allowances are permitted for primary and secondary monument signs within the Woodmont PUD. The architectural allowances of 36 inches on the top of the sign and 48 inches on each side of the sign shall not count toward the maximum allowed sign area, and may exceed the maximum height by 36 inches. The architectural allowance shall not include any portion of text, logo, or other advertising material.
  • Height: 35 feet maximum height per sign as measured from the adjacent ground to the top of the sign.
  • Lighting: signs shall be halo lit, externally or internally illuminated with cutout letters.
  • Spacing: All monument signs shall be spaced 200 feet minimum distance from each other.
  • Landscaping: The ground area between three and five feet away from the support base for monument signs shall be planted with appropriate landscaping materials with the intent of creating an aesthetically pleasing and visually compatible landscaped area around the sign.

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5. Examples of Covenants, Restrictions and Easements

PROTECTIVE RESIDENTIAL COVENANTS FOR WOODMONT COMMONS (Example)

WHEREAS, PILLSBURY REALTY DEVELOPMENT, LLC, a New Hampshire limited liability company with an address of 15A Pillsbury Road, Londonderry, New Hampshire 03053 (“Grantor”), as owner and developer of a Planned Unit Development as Woodmont Commons, located at ________ (the “Subdivision”), and shown more fully on a plan entitled “_______” prepared by ________, and recorded in the ____ of Deeds; and

WHEREAS, the Grantor hereby imposes the following protective covenants (the “Protective Covenants”) for the purchasers of residential lots located as follows: ______________________________________________________________________________ (collectively the “Lots” or individually a “Lot”); and

WHEREAS, the intent of these Protective Covenants is to ensure the use of the Subdivision for attractive private residential purposes only, to prevent nuisances, to preserve the peaceful atmosphere of the Subdivision, and to maintain the desired tone of the community, including the investment and resale of the property within the Subdivision.

NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the benefits being granted herein to the prospective owners of tracts in the Subdivision, and in consideration of the benefits reserved by or anticipated by the Grantor, these restrictions are made to apply to all Lots of the Subdivision.

  1. These Protective Covenants shall run with, apply to, and bind the land as restrictions from the date of execution of these Protective Covenants unless rescinded or otherwise revoked by a majority of the owners of the Lots within the Subdivision.
  2. Unless otherwise indicated, these Protective Covenants are imposed on, charged on, and run with the land and bind not only Grantor and the original purchaser of each Lot from Grantor, but also each owner’s assigns, grantees, legal representatives, heirs and mortgagees. Any failure to specifically refer to and include or incorporate these Protective Covenants in deeds to any Lot within the Subdivision shall not in any manner affect the applicability, validity and enforceability of these Protective Covenants.
  3. All trash, garbage, and other waste shall be kept in covered containers or securely tied plastic bags in a garage or other suitable enclosure, and may be placed at curbside on designated collection days only.
  4. Permanent in-ground or other outside clotheslines are prohibited. Retractable clotheslines shall be used in secluded areas only and must be suitably screened so as not to be visible from either front or rear streets or from any adjacent Lot.
  5. No noxious or offensive activity shall be carried on upon any Lot, nor shall anything be done thereon which may cause an annoyance or nuisance to owners of adjacent Lots.
  6. No mobile home or travel trailer, either with or without wheels, shall be kept on any Lot, except for temporary construction purposes. A motor boat, house boat, or other similar water borne vehicle, motorcycle, snow mobile or other motor unit may be maintained, stored or kept on any Lot only if housed completely within an appropriate structure.
  7. There shall be no motorbike, trail bike, or snow mobile riding on any roadways.
  8. No sign of any kind shall be displayed to the public on any Lot, except temporary real estate agency signs of not more than ten (10) square feet advertising the sale of a Lot. However, a contractor constructing, reconstructing or repairing a house may display on such Lot a temporary sign of not more than ten (10) square feet during construction only.
  9. No animals, livestock or poultry of any kind shall be raised, bred or kept on any Lot, except that domesticated dogs, cats and other household pets may be kept for personal, but not commercial, purposes.
  10. No Lot shall be used or maintained as a dumping ground for rubbish, trash, old automobiles or similar materials or solid waste that is offensive or degrading in appearance.
  11. No Lot shall be used for anything except residential purposes. No signs may be erected advertising any business or profession.
  12. No trucks hauling a weight capacity exceeding three quarters (3/4) of a ton, or unregistered or inoperable motor vehicles shall be maintained, stored or kept on any Lot unless housed completely within an appropriate structure.
  13. Landscaping and the exterior of homes shall be reasonably finished within one year from the time the Lot is purchased from Grantor.
  14. Children’s fixed recreational equipment, such as swing sets, shall not be kept on the front yard.
  15. Colors and types of roofing and siding, fencing styles and mailbox design shall be selected in keeping with surrounding neighborhoods.
  16. Lot grades shall not be changed in such a way as to dam or divert the natural flow of water onto adjoining properties, or to flood, or damage roads and common drainage systems.
  17. No mortgage or deed of trust made in good faith and for value upon a Lot within the Subdivision shall be defeated or rendered invalid by any breach of these Protective Covenants as to said Lot. In the event of any mortgage foreclosure, these Protective Covenants shall be binding upon the mortgagees as well as any new owner of said tract acquired through foreclosure, trustee’s sale or otherwise.
  18. The Protective Covenants set forth herein are made for the benefit of the owners of Lots within the Subdivision and/or their designees. All persons having an interest in these Protective Covenants have the right to stop or prevent the violation of these Protective Covenants by seeking injunctive relief, restraining orders, or availing themselves of other lawful process.
  19. The Grantor and its business successors reserve the right to itself, its agents, employees, contractors and subcontractors, to enter upon the Lots and land covered by these Protective Covenants for the purpose of carrying out and completing the development of the Subdivision, and such entry shall not be deemed a trespass, conversion or other actionable wrong.
  20. Invalidation of any of these Protective Covenants by a court of competent jurisdiction shall in no way affect or invalidate any of the other restrictions which shall remain in full force and effect.
  21. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained herein, a majority of the owners of the Lots within the Subdivision and/or their designees shall have the right, but not the obligation, to waive any of the Protective Covenants contained herein. A decision to waive any of these Protective Covenants shall be an isolated determination and shall not in any way invalidate any of the other Protective Covenants which shall remain in full force and effect.
  22. These Protective Covenants are subject to all encumbrances of public record.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, Grantor has this ___ day of ___________, 20___, caused the foregoing Protective Covenants to be executed.

GRANTOR

PILLSBURY REALTY DEVELOPMENT, LLC

By:___________________________

Witness Michael L. Kettenbach
Its Member

State of New Hampshire

County of ____________

The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this ____ day of ____________, 20___ by Michael L. Kettenbach, Member of Pillsbury Realty Development LLC.

__________________________________
Notary Public/Justice of the Peace
My Commission Expires:

Restrictive Covenant (Example)

Pillsbury Realty Development, LLC, a New Hampshire limited liability company having offices at 15A Pillsbury Road, Londonderry, New Hampshire 03053 (“Covenantor”), for consideration received and as a condition of approval granted by the Board of the Town of Londonderry, New Hampshire on _________, 20__ for a Planned Unit Development known as Woodmont Commons (“Approval”), hereby enters into this Restrictive Covenant relating to said real property in Londonderry, New Hampshire and further identified as Town of Londonderry Tax Maps and Lots__________ (“the Restricted Properties”).

As a condition of the Approval, Covenantor irrevocably waives any and all common law or statutory right to conduct the following activities: ___________________________________ [description of the restrictions].

The covenants, conditions, reservations and restrictions of this Restrictive Covenant shall run with and bind the Restricted Properties in perpetuity and shall inure to the benefit of the Town of Londonderry, New Hampshire.

Enforcement of this Restrictive Covenant shall be by any appropriate proceeding in law or equity in any court or administrative tribunal having jurisdiction against any person, persons, firm, company, trust, corporation, or other entity violating or attempting to violate or circumvent any covenant, condition, reservation or restriction contained herein, either to restrain a violation or to recover damages, or both. Failure to enforce any covenant, condition, reservation or restriction contained herein shall in no event be deemed a waiver of the right to do so thereafter. In the event of litigation or administrative proceedings to enforce these covenants, conditions, reservations and restrictions, or to recover damages, the prevailing party shall be entitled to recover court costs and reasonable attorney’s fees.

Meaning and intending to restrict real properties conveyed to Covenantor by deed of ___________________ dated _________, 20____, and recorded in the Rockingham County Registry of Deeds in Book ____, Page ______.

Executed this _______ day of ___________________, 20___.

Pillsbury Realty Development, LLC

BY _________________________________________

Michael L. Kettenbach, Member

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

COUNTY OF _________________

This instrument was acknowledged before me on _____________________ by Michael L. Kettenbach as Member of Pillsbury Realty Development, LLC.

_________________________________
Notary Public

Print Name________________________

My Commission Expires______________

EASEMENT DEED (Example)

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, that Pillsbury Realty Development, LLC, a New Hampshire limited liability company, having its principal place of business and a mailing address at 15A Pillsbury Road, Londonderry, NH 03053 (hereinafter called Grantor) for consideration received, grants to the Town of Londonderry, a municipal corporation with its principal place of business and mailing address at 268B Mammoth Road, Londonderry, New Hampshire 03053 (hereinafter called Grantee),

Permanent RIGHTS and EASEMENTS to enter upon land of Grantor to construct, reconstruct, operate, and maintain portions of ________ (“the Public Way”), as more particularly depicted on Exhibit A attached hereto as “Permanent Easement For ____________” and as described on Exhibit B attached hereto.

Said permanent easement area, consisting of _____ acres, or _______ square feet, more or less, shall be utilized for the sole purpose of constructing, reconstructing, operating and maintaining the Public Way.

Meaning and intending to describe and convey a permanent easement upon a portion of the same premises conveyed to the Grantor by deed recorded in the Rockingham County Registry of Deeds at Book ____, Pages _____ on ___________.

This is not homestead property of the Grantors.

EXECUTED this _____ day of ________, 2011.

Pillsbury Realty Development, LLC

By:    _______________________

Michael L. Kettenbach, Member

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

COUNTY OF

The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this day of ______, 2011, by Michael L. Kettenbach, as Member of Pillsbury Realty Development, LLC.

Notary Public/Justice of the Peace

My commission expires:

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6. Articles of Formation

Please see the Articles of Formation dated November 28, 2007 following below.

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7. Trip Capture

These documents follow this page:

  • Memo from Rick Chellman of TND Engineering dated September 26, 2012.
  • City of Portsmouth, New Hampshire Traffic/Trip Generation Study, White Mountain Survey Company, 1991.

 

8. Traffic Data

This appendix contains the following information:

  • Traffic Volume Networks
  • Automatic Traffic Recorder Counts for Gilcreast Road and Pillsbury Road
  • Turning Movement Counts
  • Trip Distribution Gravity Model – Retail
  • Trip Distribution Gravity Model – Residential
  • Trip Distribution Gravity Model – Office

Traffic Volume Networks

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Traffic Recorder Counts

Garden Lane north of Nashua Road
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Gilcreast Road south of Pillsbury Road
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Pillsbury Road east of Gilcreast Road
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9. Water Supply

10. Fiscal Impact Scope

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