Archive for June, 2013

Heritage Commission OKs Trail from Town Common

Londonderry Trailways President Bob Saur met with the Heritage Commission to discuss approval of the installation of a trail from the Town Common through the Town Forest to the overlook at Mack’s Orchard, an area zoned AR-1 in the Historic District. At a special meeting called Thursday, June 13, Saur told the commission, “You’ve seen […]

Conservation Commission Recommends Hickory Woods Easement

The Conservation Commission voted to recommend to the town acceptance of an amended easement on the Hickory Woods restricted living project on Nashua Road near the Hudson border, officially listed as Map 2 Lot 27. At the commission’s Tuesday, June 11 meeting, commissioner Mike Speltz said he had reviewed the language in the easement and […]

Town Clerk Meg Seymour Resigns Suddenly

Town Clerk/Tax Collector Marguerite “Meg” Seymour announced her resignation at the Monday, June 17 Town Council meeting. Acting Town Manager William Hart said it was his “sad duty” to announce that Friday, June 14, Seymour submitted her resignation. She has held the job for 13 years and ran successfully against a challenger to keep the […]

Londonderry Graduation

Londonderry High School graduates celebrate after receiving their diplo- mas on Friday night at the Verizon Wireless Arena.

LHS Graduates 398 at Verizon Wireless Arena

After a flawless performance of the National Anthem by graduating senior Katie Aramento, Londonderry High School Principal Jason Parent welcomed 398 graduates, and their family and friends, to the 34th graduating class ceremonies, held Friday evening, June 14, at the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester. “The theme of your class was to make 13 lucky,” […]

Local Walkers Gear Up for Annual Relay for Life

Though Bonnie Roberts spends all her working hours with seniors, she has a soft spot for children. Several years ago, she was dismayed when two friends’ children, one 2 years old and one 6 years old, were diagnosed with cancer. Another person, a business colleague, died from the disease and left two children, Roberts said. […]

Falvey Seeks Woodmont Park Across From His Cortland Road Neighborhood

A briefing on a Fiscal Impact Analysis and Development Agreement for the Woodmont Commons Planned Unit Development (PUD) has been continued to June 26. Originally scheduled for the Wednesday, June 12 Planning Board meeting, Woodmont attorney Ari Pollack said the team was not ready to give its presentation because it was still in peer review. […]