A group of North Country residents is much closer to creating a community forest alongside the White Mountain National Forest.
Now they’re beginning to think about what kind of playground it should be.
For years people in the western part of the White Mountains –have admired an 840-acre tract of privately owned land.
It is located in Easton, which abuts the better-known towns of Sugar Hill and Franconia.
From its ridgeline there are fabulous views of the nearby White Mountain National Forest.
Two of three North Country towns yesterday approved an ordinance designed to fight the Northern Pass project by trying to strip corporations of their power.
Lancaster, Sugar Hill and Easton all had the same idea: An ordinance that would assert a town’s rights over those of corporations.
The idea is to prevent large corporations – such as those behind the Northern Pass project – from using the legal muscle given them by U.S. Supreme Court decisions.
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