Message from New President Erik Wheeler
I wanted to take a moment to set the tone for the up-coming season. Several months ago, the Board surveyed our volunteers and that established several clearly stated objectives for NEHSA.
Delivery of NEHSA’s Mission: Specifically addressing the current NEHSA building. Well, you’ve all done an incredible job supporting the NEHSA lodge expansion financially and we can’t thank you enough! That said, the permitting process remains challenging now that it is covered under newly enforced laws governing the State of New Hampshire which requires permitting through the National Parks Service. We have complied with their many requests, including an endangered species study, and are awaiting final approval. Unfortunately, as we move closer to the start of 2016/17 winter programming, breaking ground now looks improbable this year.
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October 15th – Presentation of Proposed Changes
A special meeting was held on October 15th to suggest changes to the current adopted by-laws of New England Healing Sports Association. Below are the results of the vote:
Article I – Passed 30 yes, 1 no
Article II – Passed unanimously 31 yes
Article IV – Passed unanimously 31 yes
Article V – Passed unanimously 31 yes
Article VI – Passed unanimously 31 yes
Article VII – Passed 29 yes, 2 no
Article VIII – Passed 29 yes, 2 no
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March 26th – Building Update
Greetings, NEHSA Members, Friends, and Extended Family:
Now that this abbreviated ski season is drawing to a close, the Board of Directors would like to take this opportunity to provide you with a current update on the status of NEHSA’s building expansion and renovation project.
The plans for the project are in the hands of NH DRED (Department of Resources and Economic Development), and Commissioner Rose has been in touch with Tom Kersey to indicate that his team from the Design, Development, and Maintenance Office has reviewed the project. Click here to read the full announcement.
March 25th – Mount Sunapee Resort Master Plan Update
I wanted to reach out and thank everyone who has contacted NH state officials in support of Mount Sunapee’s revised Master Plan and give you an update on this week’s events.
At the March 23rd Governor and Executive Council meeting, the Councilors voted to table the Mount Sunapee Master Plan approval for two weeks so that Commissioner Rose can hold a public briefing at 2:00pm on March 30th at the State House. At the briefing, he will advise the Executive Councilors on the terms of his approval and answer any questions they may have. The Executive Council has rescheduled their vote for Wednesday, April 6th. Click here to continue reading.
February 22nd – A Message from the Board
The Board wanted to briefly update the membership on our progress towards your responses from the Annual Survey. At the close of last ski season, we surveyed the membership to build focus for the board and also to develop a direction around our three to five year planning. You tasked us with focus on 5 critical areas: Click here to continue reading.
October 14th – Update from the Board
Greetings NEHSA Members, Friends, and Extended Family! After a long and successful spring and summer of planning, fundraising, permitting, and otherwise navigating the unpredictable waters of expanding a building on leased land inside a State Park, the NESHA Board, Staff, and leadership is happy to be able to provide you with a comprehensive update on our progress to date. Click here to continue reading and for a printable copy of this announcement.