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(Updated March 7, 2019)
For more information, please contact the Town Administrator, Town Clerk, or relevant committee chair
(This list is for reference only. Actual openings must be verified by the Town Clerk)

Land Use Boards and Commission (appointed by Board of Selectmen):

3 open positions

2 open positions

4 open positions

2 open positions

Advisory Committees (appointed by Board of Selectmen):

Budget Advisory Committee
Meet weekly during the fall to draft complete budget to present to Board of Selectmen in December. All department chairs will present their requested budgets and answer questions from the Budget Advisory Committee. Town Administrator and one Selectman scheduled  to attend all meetings. Advisory Committee will nominate a Chair to run the meetings. All members are expected to attend the December presentation to the Board of Selectmen, the public budget hearing (usually early February) and Town Meeting in order to provide insight and answer questions as needed.

Multiple-Town Committees:

River-based Local Advisory Committees:
In 1988, the NH State Legislature responded to the increasing and competing uses of NH rivers by creating the NH Rivers Management and Protection Program (RMPP). The purpose of the program is to protect NH's significant river resources for the benefit of present and future generations through a unique combination of state and local resource management and protection. A unique feature of the RMPP is the opportunity for cities and towns to participate, through local river management advisory committees (LAC). An LAC is appointed for each designated river. Each LAC is comprised of representatives from each riverfront municipality and is reponsible for developing a local river corridor managment plan and reviewing and commenting on activities affecting the river that require state or federal permits.

Up to two representatives are permitted for each town. Deering belongs to two LAC's, since 2/3rds of Deering is drained by the Piscataquog River with the remaining 1/3 drained by the Contoocook River. If you have questions about either LAC, are interested in attending a meeting, or would like to become a representative for Deering, please contact one or both of the following LACs:

Piscataquog River Local Advisory Committee (PRLAC) 1 opening:
Contoocook and North Branch Rivers Local Advisory Committee (CNBRLAC) 2 openings: