Hot Topics in Road Law - A New & Improved Hard Road to Travel Virtual Workshop

Friday, April 17, 2020 - 9:00am to 12:30pm


Cost:  $65.00 (does not include publication)  


 How Does the Select Board grant permission for use and repair of a Class VI Road?

What can we do about Postal Service Vehicles causing ruts in road shoulders?

What are the rules governing CDL licensing for municipal employees?

Join NHMA Legal Services Counsel Stephen Buckley and Municipal Services Counsel Natch Greyes for the answers to these questions --- and many more!  The attorneys will discuss the designation and management of Class VI roads, including how and when building permits can issued under RSA 674:41, granting permission for use of Class VI roads by OHRV’s and snowmobiles, and allowing abutting property owners to undertake private repairs.  This workshop will also cover management of local highway construction, repair and maintenance through the office of an elected or appointed road agent or expert agent, and the requirement of CDL licensing for municipal highway employees.  This workshop will also provide a review of the local regulation of highways by the select board including, parking, street numbers, street names, weight limits, mailbox location, as well as driveway regulation by the planning board.

 Attendees receive 2020 supplement to the 2015 edition of A Hard Road to Travel.

Additional materials such as the PowerPoint will be via email only (no handouts provided) to all who pre-register.