Slalom Course Permit - NH

Stx22Stx22 Posts: 12 Baller
edited August 2009 in Other Stuff
This may have already been discussed on here, if so I appologize.  Has anyone applied, and more importantly had any success, with a slalom course permit application in New Hampshire.

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  • otisgotisg Posts: 87 Baller
     I was thinking about buying property up there. Here is some info. It sounds to be that it is pretty dependant on the body of water.


    Here is a link:


    http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rules/saf-c400.html


     

    PART Saf-C 413  WATER EVENT AND SLALOM COURSE PERMITS Saf-C 413.01  Permits, When Necessary. (a)  Pursuant to RSA 270-D:4, any individual who undertakes the following activities shall obtain a permit from the commissioner: (1)  Waterski slalom; (2)  Waterski jump; (3)  Fishing tournament or derby; (4)  Waterski show; (5)  Boat races; (6)  Boat parade; (7)  Parasailing; or (8)  Other water event. (b)  Permit applications shall be obtained by writing or calling the department of safety, division of safety services, office of the director, 31 Dock Road, Gilford, NH  03249-7627, (603) 293-0091. Source.  #5448, eff 8-24-92; amd by #5862, eff 7-1-94; ss by #6005, eff 3-24-95, EXPIRED: 3-24-03 New.  #7904, INTERIM, eff 6-24-03, EXPIRED: 12-21-03 New.  #8107, EMERGENCY, eff 6-22-04, EXPIRES: 12-19-04; ss by #8172, eff 9-21-04 Saf-C 413.02  Water Event or Slalom Course Permit Application. (a)  An individual wishing to conduct a water event or slalom course shall provide the commissioner with the following: (1)  The applicant's name; (2)  His or her date of birth; (3)  His or her address; (4)  His or her telephone number; (5)  The type of water event; (6)  The name of water event, if applicable; (7)  The name of public water on which water event will be located; (8)  The name of town or city where public water is located; (9)  The dates the water event will be held; (10)  The starting and ending time of water event each day; (11)  A brief description of the water event; (12)  The number of participants in the water event; (13)  A map or sketch of the water event area including the direction "north" as a reference; and (14)  Signature of applicant and the date. Source.  #5448, eff 8-24-92; ss by #6005, eff 3-24-95, EXPIRED: 3-24-03 New.  #7904, INTERIM, eff 6-24-03, EXPIRED: 12-21-03 New.  #8107, EMERGENCY, eff 6-22-04, EXPIRES: 12-19-04; ss by #8172, eff 9-21-04 Saf-C 413.03  Submission of Permit Applications. (a)  After completion, permit applications shall be mailed or hand-delivered to the director, division of safety services, 31 Dock Road, Gilford, New Hampshire  03249-7627. (b)  Incomplete applications shall be returned to the applicant.  The applicant may resubmit the permit application once completed. Source.  #5448, eff 8-24-92; amd by #5862, eff 7-1-94; ss by #6005, eff 3-24-95, EXPIRED: 3-24-03 New.  #7904, INTERIM, eff 6-24-03, EXPIRED: 12-21-03 New.  #8107, EMERGENCY, eff 6-22-04, EXPIRES: 12-19-04; ss by #8172, eff 9-21-04 
  • I ski on Squam Lake, and there was just a course put in about midway through this summer. I know that Riveredge Marina was(or worked with) the applicant with the state for the permit. If you contact them I would say they have the best information possible. I know it was a long process because they needed the marine patrol capt. to allow for the projected location on the lake. I hope I was any bit of help.

    Ski Hard, and Ski Often

    http://riveredgemarina.com/squam-river-landing-marina/contact-us.php
    603-968-4411
  • Stx22Stx22 Posts: 12 Baller
    thanks for your help gfin!  Just looking to get ahold of someone who has successfully negotiated the proceess.  I will attempt to find a contact at Riveregde and go from there.
  • walstibwalstib Posts: 10
    if you sent me an email [email protected] or call me (I'll send you my #'s) I can help you.  We have several courses in NH, and I think?>:) I know how to wrangle a permit from the STATE.


     


     
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