ROCHESTER — City Manager Blaine Cox is pleased to share that the city of Rochester was recently recognized at the New Hampshire Office of Strategic Initiatives (OSI) Planning and Zoning conference.
Rochester officials were presented with a certificate at the 25th annual Spring Planning and Zoning Conference on Saturday, June 1, at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord.
Five awards were given at the conference to recognize those that have attended the most OSI Planning and Zoning conferences, in recognition of the 25th year of the conference’s existence. The conference offers informational sessions to municipal groups about planning and zoning challenges, procedures and initiatives.
The City of Rochester has sent the most representatives than any other city or town in the state to OSI Planning and Zoning conferences over the past 25 years.
“This conference is always a great opportunity to think deeply and hear from other stakeholders about current zoning challenges, concerns and goals in our region, and as a result the city of Rochester has attended this event time and time again,” City Manager Blaine Cox said. “It was wonderful for the city’s continued investment in planning and zoning to be recognized, and we look forward to continuing to attend future conferences as well.”