The chairman of the Bethlehem Select Board took some heat from some fellow board members who said he signed off on a building permit for Presidential Mountain Resort despite site plan regulations

The chairman of the Bethlehem Select Board took some heat from some fellow board members who said he signed off on a building permit for Presidential Mountain Resort despite site plan regulations that first require a site plan review by the planning board. In the end, the Select Board voted 4-0 to ensure that a site plan review for PMR occurs before any future building permit is issued.  The board discussion on June 6 began with Select Board member April Hibberd seeking to clarify the building permit process. Also wanting to bring up how building permits are issued was Selectman Chris Jensen, who noted that the permits are issued with the approval of the Select Board.

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