The NHLC is proposing an amendment to the zoning ordinance for the town of Hampton to allow for a wider variety of uses along an interstate corridor. The amendment would also include a 50-foot buffer around blind native areas and sound barriers between properties. The NHLC is seeking feedback from the state on the proposed amendments.
The NHLC discusses its proposal to amend the town's zoning ordinance to include a 50-foot wide vegetative buffer zone around any municipally owned infrastructure, as well as a site plan review clause to take into account any demands on local governmentally owned infrastructure. The video also discusses the language for section 19.8.5, which would require local governmentally owned land be taken into account when reviewing development in the district.