The Capital Improvements Plan (CIP) is a program authorized by State law to link local infrastructure investments with master plan goals, land use ordinances, and economic development and by bridging that gap the fiscal realities of improving and expanding community facilities are realized.
As authorized by RSA 674:5-8 the CIP is the responsibility of the Planning Board or a formally appointed capital improvements program committee, to prepare and amend a recommended program of municipal capital improvements projected over a period of at least six years. The CIP is designed to be updated and adopted annually to provide timely tool to the Board of Selectmen and School Boards in long-range planning of municipal expenditures.
|Steve Coughlan||Souhegan School Board Representative|
|Chris Jansen||Souhegan School Board Alternate|
|Peg Bennett||Amherst School Board Representative|
|Betty Shankel||SAU Representative|
|Gene Kuczewski||ASD Ways and Means Representative|
|Danielle Pray||Citizen Member|