Mooring Permit Law

New Hampshire Department of Safety Ruling: Mooring Permit Granted 

The Hearing Examiner for the New Hampshire Department of Safety (DOS) has issued his report “In the Matter of the Petition to Require Mooring Permits on Pleasant Lake in Deerfield and Northwood.”  The DOS has ruled Pleasant Lake will be a Mooring Permit Lake.

Here is the link: NH Department of Safety Ruling

SUMMARY: From the Report of the Hearing Examiner

CONCLUSION OF LAW:

The Petitioners have presented satisfactory proof to sustain their request for the establishment requiring permits for moorings on Pleasant Lake in Deerfield and Northwood in accordance with RSA 270:61-a; and Administrative Rule, Saf-C 412.

ORDER AND DISPOSITION:

The evidence demonstrates that the Petition is in the public interest fulfilling the purpose of law. There is sufficient proof that the Petitioners have met their burden, by a preponderance of the evidence, showing cause that a requirement to have mooring permits on Pleasant Lake in Deerfield and Northwood New Hampshire be adopted pursuant to RSA 270:61-a; and Administrative Rule, Saf-C 412. Rulemaking shall commence forthwith to implement this order to propose including Pleasant Lake in SafC 408.01 . The effective date of such requirement shall be no earlier than October 12017.

So Ordered.

John J. Barthelmes, Commissioner

Department of Safety

Useful Links regarding moorings: 

PLPA_Logo[1]