J.P. BACHAND CONTRACTING
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This page is dedicated to groundwater dynamics, much of it is based on my recent involvement with Newington's Cedar Mountain. My groundwater work is primarily in existing structures or on improved sites, installing and maintaining groundwater control systems in basements and exterior storm-water control systems for a wide variety of customers.
I have recently had the opportunity to apply my 30 years of experience to a pre-development site. A very interesting challenge that has turned into a learning experience for me, while I have tried to assist the Newington Conservation Commission in better understanding certain groundwater dynamics that had previously not been considered by the Applicants of a housing development under consideration for that mountain top site.
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Click the link below to learn more about my experience, as I have concluded many sessions of verbal and written testimony
Click this link to learn how complex the the legal interpretations of wetland statutes can be
The productive vernal pool type wetland at the heart of the Cedar Mountain Developement debate
Vernal pool visible as dark area in upper center of image, Arial image from aprx. 1 mile up
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