Claremont Planning Board
The Claremont Planning Board is responsible for reviewing development of the master plan, and for reviewing development proposals through the site plan, special permit, and subdivision processes.
Term: 3 Years
Meeting Schedule: 2nd & 4th Monday of every month at 7:00 PM at City Hall
Appointments made by: City Council
The March 22nd meeting of the Planning Board is cancelled.
9/13/2021 Meeting Packet MEETING CANCELLED
First and foremost, I am a wife, mom, and nana. I have been married to my wonderful hubby, Denis Matteau, for nearly 40 years. We live in the Bluff area and have owned our home for over 25 years. I have two adult children whom I am very proud of. My daughter, Danielle, oversees programs and events for the University of Pennsylvania, and graduated with her Masters in non-profit leadership in May. She and her husband, Jim, live in Delaware. My son, Jeffrey is an RN and works with the elderly and he and his husband, Chad, live in Windsor with my grandson, Brayden (who is five and is the absolute light of my life...if you're a grandparent, you get this!). For 24 years, I have served as the General Manager of a successful property management firm headquartered in downtown Claremont. I design and manage a $2.5 million budget, making all fiscal decisions. We have 150 residential rental units, and another 40 commercial rental units, some in Claremont and some in Florida. I love Claremont. I feel blessed to be able to live here!
Nicholas J. Koloski is 4th generation Claremont native. Koloski has been a member of the local business community since the age of 15. He wears many hats to include restaurateur, call firefighter for the City, volunteer firefighter in VT, NH based location manager/scout, and film producer/location producer. Koloski also provides location scouting services to ABC New NY and has Location Produced for PBS. Prior public service includes a 3-year term on the New Hampshire Film Commission as well as a member of a Governors Task Force on the Recruitment and Retention of a Younger Workforce in which he represented the creative economy. Currently, he is serving his 6th 2-year term as a Claremont City Councilor and has served on many local boards and commissions.