NH law

From: Steve & Jeanne Keith (cckw@attbi.com)
Date: Thu Feb 27 2003 - 09:45:23 PST

Look at section III

This is a new law in NH that became effective last July

A 'thank you Dr Deuce' would be appropiate...
I did have something to do with it becoming law
The address to send the checks will be forthcoming...

Steve AKA Dr Deuce

Recycling Yards and Junk Yards Section 236:111-a 236:111-a Scope. -
    I. Except as provided by paragraphs II and III, the provisions of this
subdivision shall apply to all junk yards, as defined by RSA 236:112, I,
including those approved under RSA 149-M and those subject to regulation
under RSA 236:90-110.
    II. The provisions of this subdivision shall not apply to any junk yard
that is also a type of solid waste management facility listed below and
approved under RSA 149-M, including any such solid waste management facility
approved prior to May 1, 1989:
       (a) Landfills;
       (b) Incinerators and other processing or treatment facilities, not
including automotive recycling yards; and
       (c) Transfer stations that collect, store, and transfer municipal
solid waste, whether or not they also collect:
          (1) Source separated waste derived from motor vehicles, such as
tires, lead acid batteries, or used oil; and/or
          (2) Common household or commercial machinery, such as appliances,
office equipment, or lawn mowers.
    III. The provisions of this subdivision shall not apply to any
noncommercial << antique>> motor vehicle restoration activities involving
<< antique>> motor vehicles over 25 years old, where the owner or lessee
demonstrates that each of the following requirements are met:
       (a) All << antique>> motor vehicles kept on the premises are owned
by the property owner or lessee; and
       (b) All << antique>> motor vehicles and parts of << antique>> motor
vehicles are kept out of view of the public and abutters by means of storage
inside a permanent structure, or by suitable fencing which complies with the
fencing requirements of RSA 236:123, or by trees or shrubbery sufficient to
block visual access year round; and
       (c) Any combination of << antique>> motor vehicles or parts of <<
antique>> motor vehicles that are not stored inside a permanent structure
shall otherwise comply with the requirements of this section and shall not
exceed a total amount of 5 vehicles. For purposes of this section, the sum
of the parts of << antique>> motor vehicles that equal in bulk to one <<
antique>> motor vehicle shall be counted as one << antique>> motor
vehicle; and
       (d) All mechanical repairs and modifications are performed out of
view of the public and abutters; and
       (e) Not more than one unregistered and uninspected motor vehicle that
is not over 25 years old shall be kept on the premises; and
       (f) The use of the premises is in compliance with all municipal land
use ordinances and regulations. Source. 1989, 95:1, eff. May 1, 1989. 2002,
27:2, eff. July 1, 2002; 228:1, 2, eff. July 1, 2002 at 12:01 a.m.

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