Archive for May, 2013

Woodmont Application Hearing Continues with Winter Salt Issues

Back before the Planning Board for a continuation of its application acceptance and public hearing for formal review of the Woodmont Commons Planned Unit Development (PUD) Master plan, TEC engineer James D’Angelo focused on winter salt issues involving Beaver Brook. The 600-plus acre Woodmont PUD lies within the Beaver Brook watershed. At the board’s Wednesday, […]

Attorney Defends Planning Board Cancellation of Presentation

Planning Board Chairman Arthur Rugg opened the segment of the Planning Board meeting Wednesday, May 22, regarding Woodmont Commons with an announcement that he had received, late that afternoon, word that a presentation that resident Jack Falvey wanted to present contained names, and one of the individuals named objected to being a part of the […]

Conservation Commission Continues Talks on Target Shooting

The ongoing issue of target shooters in the Musquash conservation area was back before the Conservation Commission once again. At its Tuesday, May 14 meeting, member Mike Considine said the problem was a relatively new phenomenon and seemed to be growing. “I’ve been out to the Musquash five days a week for a long time […]

Zoning Board Approves Pool Variances, Continues Sign Request

Two backyard pools received variances from the Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA), while a daycare sign applicant was sent to the Heritage Commission. Jason Parent of 38 Tanager Way had gone before the ZBA several months ago and was referred to the conservation commission regarding his request for a variance to have an in-ground pool […]

Next Step for Adams Pond Remains Under Discussion

The Acting Town Manager will continue to investigate the legal ramifications of what to do at Adams Pond. Adams Pond, created as an irrigation pond on private property owned by Mack’s Moose Hill Orchards, was inspected by the state in 2010. At that time a request was made by the state Dam Bureau, part of […]

Third Party Reviewer Bid Process Back to Square One

Stantec has been dropped as third party reviewer for the Town of Londonderry, and the process will start over again, due to the Town Council’s displeasure that cost was not a factor in making a selection. “Based on the concerns of the council at the last meeting (May 6) to include the issue of cost, […]

A Day of Remembering

In the town squares and commons and historic cemeteries of New Hampshire, the statue of a Civil War soldier is a sight often taken for granted. But a vestige of that war remains part of our lives today, as we mark the occasion of Memorial Day this coming Monday. Memorial Day was officially proclaimed and […]