The Marston Property, also known as the Lee Farm, is located at 229 Mill Pond Road. In 2014, the Nottingham Board of Selectmen established a sub-committee named the Marston Property Exploratory Committee (MPEC). The Committee is chaired by Selectmen Donna Danis, and its goal is to gather community input and develop a recommendation for the best public use of the property. More information may be found on the website at www.nottingham-nh.gov/Pages/NottinghamNH_BComm/mpec or on the Facebook page found at www.facebook.com/NottinghamMPEC.Starting in the late 1990s, the Town of Nottingham worked with the NH Department of EnvironmentalServices to clean up hazardous waste and materials located on the property. In 2001, the NH Department of Environmental Services issued an administrative order to property owner Mr. Lee regarding theclean-up of the hazardous material and placed a lien on the property for repayment of the cleanup costs.The Town acquired the property in 2009.An agreement between the Town of Nottingham and the NH Department of Environmental Servicestook place in 2013 for release of the lien. The agreement stated the Town would own the property on apermanent basis and it would be used only for public purposes.