Riverbend MapThe river travels 70 miles through the Riverbend segment, between the New Hampshire towns of Lancaster, Dalton, Littleton, Monroe, Bath, and Haverhill, and the Vermont towns of Guildhall, Lunenburg, Concord, Waterford, Barnet, Ryegate, and Newbury.

Meetings: The Riverbend Subcommittee typically meets quarterly at 7:00 pm at the Littleton Community Center, 120 Main Street, Littleton, NH

Leadership and Staff: Rick Walling Chair and Stephanie Taylor Vice Chair. Tara Bamfordof the North Country Council is the staff consultant. Email: TBamford@nccouncil.org

Lancaster – Bob Elwell
Dalton – Michael Crosby and Lloyd Saltmarsh
Littleton – Jim Sherrard and Jan Edick
Monroe – Philip Blanchard, Ken Hunter, and Michael Monaghan
Bath – Rick Walling and Richard Long
Haverhill – Pauline Corzilius and David Falkenham
Guildhall – Richard Martin
Lunenberg – Donald Hallee
Concord – Deborah Noble
Waterford – Dennis Goodwin
Barnet – Bill Graves
Ryegate – vacant
Newbury – Stephanie Taylor  and Jim Doig

2013 Meeting Schedule: January 24, April 25, July 25,  October 24

2012 Meeting Minutes: April 26, 2012 July 26, 2012 Oct. 18, 2012 Jan.24, 2013

2011 Meeting Minutes: Sept. 22, 2011 Dec. 15, 2012

Upcoming Events

7:00 pm Riverbend Subcommittee @ Littleton Community Center
Riverbend Subcommittee @ Littleton Community Center
Oct 27 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
There is an underground storage tank permit DES has on hold until you meet to review and provide comments if any. VANR has been invited to talk about the changes in Vermont water quality regulations relative to agriculture, but have not confirmed

Contact CRJC

Connecticut River Joint Commissions
10 Water Street, Suite 225
Lebanon, NH 03766
Phone: (603) 727-9484

Email: contact@crjc.org
- or - pcrocker@uvlsrpc.org