The Conservation Commission reviews, approves, and regulates all proposed activity which may have an impact on any resource under its jurisdiction. They review plans for activities, including new development and redevelopment, that may affect our wetlands; impose conditions to ensure that those activities do not cause erosion or pollution that would harm the waters or wetlands; and seek opportunities to increase and improve open space in the Town. The Commission also is charged with overseeing the Salem Town Forest.
- WHEN? 1st Wednesday of every month at 7PM
To keep up to date, please view the Conservation Commission calendar linked below:
- WHERE? Salem Town Hall, Knightly Meeting Room, 33 Geremonty Drive Salem, NH 03079
The public is welcome to attend meetings!
Agendas & Minutes
All agendas, minutes, and notices provided on this website are for informational purposes only. Draft versions of minutes may be subject to change.
|Ruth Tanner Isaks||Chair||April 2024|
|Georgia Brust||Vice Chair||April 2025|
|Claire Karibian||Secretary||April 2024|
|Linda Harvey||Member||April 2026|
|D.J. Bettencourt||Town Council Representative|
|Glen Edwards||Alternate||April 2026|
|Don Marotte||Alternate||April 2024|
|Keith Stramaglia||Town Council Representative (Alternate)|
The Commission consists of 5 resident members, 1 representative from the Town Council, and 2 residents serving as alternates. Members are appointed by the Town Council annually for 3-year terms.