[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Nashua 3-26-1995 by Ord. No. O-96-05 (Sec. 1-14 of the 1987 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
Land use — See Ch. 190.
In any case where notice of a hearing or other action must be sent to abutters of any real property in the City of Nashua, notification shall also be sent to all of the following individuals:
Those individuals who have informed the appropriate City department, in writing, that they wish to receive abutter notification of the subject property, provided that they reside at the address at which notification is requested and that at least one point on the property at such address is located within 1,000 feet of a point on the property for which the notification is requested.
Those individuals who have informed the appropriate City department, in writing, that they wish to receive copies of all abutter notifications sent to one or more of the addresses of abutters, provided that they are a resident of the property of that address who would not otherwise be notified.
The department may, at its discretion, extend the one-thousand-foot limit in § 72-1 above if the activity involved is deemed to warrant same.
Thirty days after notice is delivered to anyone notified via this list of intent to do so, the department may remove names from the list of persons who have not positively responded that they wish to remain on the list.
No hearing which is otherwise sufficient shall be deemed insufficient due to failure to notify individuals whose right of notification derives solely from this chapter.
This chapter entitles persons to a right of notification only and does not convey to those persons any other rights as abutters.
Notification under the terms of this chapter may be in any written form, including but not limited to certified mail, first class mail, or bulk mail, for which a reasonable expectation of timely notification exists.