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|12-001||Epping||Environmental Services||DES proposes conveying the site of the former Bunker Pond Dam on the southeast side of the Lamprey River to the Town of Epping.||Withdrawn|
|12-002||Epping||Environmental Services||DES proposes extinguishing an access easement, which provided access to the Bunker Hill Dam, since removed, on the northwest side of the Lamprey River.||Approved|
|12-003||Laconia||Transportation||DOT proposes leasing 2400 square feet of railroad corridor land to an abutting property owner for access to adjacent dock and beach.||Approved|
DOT proposes leasing 3600 square feet of railroad property to abutting marina for parking and marina access.
|12-005||Laconia||Administrative Services||DAS proposes conveying license renewal to the City of Laconia of a 5-acre parcel at the Lakes Region Facility for overflow parking and for passive recreational purposes.||Approved|
|12-006||Concord||Administrative Services||DAS proposes extending for an additional four months the lease to the City of Concord of the land and buildings located at 247-249 Pleasant Street, Concord. The current lease expires October 2, 2012.||Approved|
|12-007||Hill||Resources and Economic Development||DRED proposes to sell a camp located on the William Thomas State Forest and issue a 5-year "Camp State License" to the new owner.||Approved|
|12-008||Newington-Dover||Energy and Planning||OEP proposes to convey an easement under the Piscataqua River, between Newington and Dover, to Granite State Gas Transmission, Inc. of Hampton, NH, for an interstate natural gas pipeline. The pipeline is currently attached to the Little Bay Bridge and is to be removed at the request of the NH Department of Transportation.||Approved|
|12-009||Berlin||Resources and Economic Development||DRED proposes to convey a 30-year right-of-way easement over Jericho Mountain State Park to Jericho Power LLC in exchange for an easement from Jericho Power LLC to the State of New Hampshire.||Approved|
||Request to sell 226,809 square feet of the inactive Lakeshore Branch railroad corridor to abutters for parking and property access to rectify long-standing encroachments. The proposed sale area on Paugus Bay is 4,021 feet in length, varies in width from 30 to 66 feet and lies between two segments previously sold.||Approved|
|12-011||Concord||Administrative Services||Request to sell the Koutras House, a 2,428 square-foot two-story house and detached one-car garage on approximately 0.14 acres located at 79 Pleasant Street, Concord.||Approved|
|12-012||Concord||Administrative Services||Request to sell a 3,080 square-foot three-story house on 0.34 acres located at 85 Pleasant Street, Concord.||Approved|
|12-013||Concord||Administrative Services||Request to sell three buildings on approximately 0.989 acres at 247-249 Pleasant Street, Concord. The property includes a paved parking lot, the former Pleasant View Cottage and two former carriage barns.||Approved|
|12-014||Concord||Administrative Services||Request to grant a 20-year driveway license to use the South Main Street access driveway portion of the State-owned parcel at 12 Hill Avenue, Concord, for short-term construction access to, and long-term handicapped parking access for, the abutting parcel at 43-45 South Main Street.||Approved|
|12-015||Canaan||Environmental Services||Request to convey 0.03 acres of the Goose Pond Road property to an abutting landowner in exchange for a parcel of equal size lying closer to the Goose Pond Dam.||Approved|
|12-016||Chesterfield||Liquor Commission||Request to convey a utility easement to PSNH and FairPoint Communications to provide service to the new State Liquor Store on Route 9.||Approved|
|12-017||Ossipee||Fish & Game||Request to sell at fair market value 0.58 acres of land near Connor Pond in Ossipee to an abutting property owner. The parcel is part of a 2.48 acre property on which F&G maintains a public boat access area.||Approved|
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