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The 2017 EPA Construction General Permit
On Jan. 11, EPA issued the 2017 Construction General Permit (CGP). The 2017 CGP takes effect on midnight Feb. 16 and will stay active for five years.
Although only immediately applicable in New Mexico, Idaho, Massachusetts and New Hampshire as well as Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia, the EPA CGP serves as a model for most other states when they develop their own stormwater permitting requirements under the federal Clean Water Act.
We will be adding content on a regular basis so check back frequently. If you have any questions regarding any of the information contained in this section, please contact the Housing Center Office at (603) 228-0351.
The Government & Legislative Affairs Committee plans, implements, and evaluates a government relations program to respond to and address local, state, and federal legislative and regulatory issues that impact the members and industry.
Click here to review the current list of introduced legislation in the New Legislature General Court, access to the bill language, the NHHBA position, and links to the hearing dates.
The committee welcomes other members to join and help develop the association’s government affairs program . The committee’s regular meeting is the second Monday of each month from 3:00 – 5:00 PM. To request appointment to the committee please download and complete the Committee Sign-Up Form.
The association is most successful with its advocacy efforts when members are involved in contacting their elected officials on issues that impact the building and remodeling industry.
Members who would like to become a Grass Roots Contact for the association’s advocacy program should download and complete the NHHBA Grass Roots Network Form.
HELPFUL LINKS FOR NEW HAMPSHIRE GOVERNMENT
- New Hampshire State Government
- New Hampshire State Agencies
- Check Status of NH Legislation
- NH Senate Committees
- NH House Committees
- NH House Roster
- NH Senate Roster
- Who is my Legislator?
Task Forces & Study Committees:
The NHHBA regularly is represented on agency and legislative task forces and committees.
NHHBA members should contact the association concerning details of each group and the topics being dealt with if they have interest in representing the association.
Federal Government Affairs
Stay up to date with the NAHB smart phone application.
The NAHB Advocacy App is available for iPhone, iPad and Android mobile devices. The app will be expanded and updated regularly to include news, legislative alerts and more.
The NAHB Advocacy App is available for free through the Apple App Store and Google Play. Search for “NAHB Advocacy” to download. The instructional video walks through the process of downloading, installing and use.