PRESS RELEASE

November 15, 2012

Attorney Pollack Speaks on Permitting Issues at 2012 NH Water Symposium

CONCORD, NH — Ari B. Pollack, a land use development attorney with Gallagher, Callahan & Gartrell, presented on permitting requirements to several hundred attendees at NH’s 2012 Water Symposium held on November 9th. Pollack discussed the state’s alteration-of-terrain (AoT) permit rules that took effect in 2009 and the many challenges these rules pose to redevelopment projects.

He also explained how waivers and costs/savings analyses are being used in the interim to allow beneficial redevelopment projects to move forward while NH’s Department of Environmental Services works on revised rules that eliminate, or at least lessen, disincentives to redevelopment. Pollack’s presentation can be downloaded at this link: Permitting Considerations for Redevelopment Projects - Alteration of Terrain Permits.

Pollack is listed in Woodward/White Inc.'s Best Lawyers in America® for Real Estate, Land Use and Zoning, and was recently selected by Best Lawyers as Concord's 2013 "Lawyer of the Year" for Land Use and Zoning Law. He is also named to the Super Lawyers 2012 list of New England Rising Stars® for Land Use/Zoning. He is among the New Hampshire Union Leader's 2012 "40 Under 40" class.

Pollack represents business, construction, land use development, and environmental clients on a variety of land use permitting, development, environmental, and litigation matters. He represents clients in all phases of construction, permitting and development, including conceptual business and development planning, contractual negotiations, and the retention of qualified land use and environmental experts. He has also represented the Home Builders and Remodelers Association of New Hampshire on the question of residential fire sprinkler legislation and in negotiating amendments to the State Comprehensive Shoreland Protection Act.

Gallagher, Callahan & Gartrell, PC, is a leading business and litigation law firm, located in Concord, New Hampshire.

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