Archive for June, 2013

Capital Improvement Plan Request Repeated for School District Renovations

The School District’s Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) will be the focus of a Planning Board subcommittee meeting to rate town and school projects and provide a recommendation for a six-year plan. School District Business Administrator Peter Curro told the School Board at its Thursday, June 6 meeting that the CIP allows the use of impact […]

Londonderry Men Arrested After Road Rage Call

After a cell phone caller reported a road range incident on Nashua Road (Route 102) on Tuesday, June 4, police arrested two Londonderry men shortly thereafter on Interstate 93. According to the Londonderry police log, a caller at 8:55 p.m. June 4 reported that “a subject in a vehicle was pointing a long gun “AK […]

Public Trail at Nevins Community to Be Removed From Site Plan

A standing room only crowd of Nevins Adult Community residents filled the Moose Hill meeting room for a Planning Board discussion on a proposed public walking trail along the perimeter of the development. After the issue was aired, the board voted unanimously to remove the proposed trail from the site plan. The proposed walking trail […]

Sign Ordinance Amendment Heads to Town Council

An amendment to the sign ordinance regarding businesses that have multiple tenants now goes to the Town Council for consideration. The amendment was discussed at the Wednesday, June 5, Planning Board meeting. The signs involved are 24- by-36-inch A-frame sidewalk signs and would allow businesses to advertise within six feet of their entrance. Last month, […]

Town Manager Interviews Continue Through June

The Town Council is interviewing four candidates for Town Manager. Town Council Chairman John Farrell said that after the June 3 Town Council meeting, councilors entered non-public session to interview one of the four candidates. “We will be holding interviews with the other candidates in the evenings during June,” Farrell said. “If we have a […]

Graduation Wishes

We all have defining moments in our lives that help shape our future as well as our memories. Some happen by chance, but others are an eagerly anticipated part of life. Marriage. The birth of a child. And graduation from high school. In the coming days, Pinkerton Academy and Londonderry High School hold graduation ceremonies, […]

Londonderry Adult Education Program Graduates 25

The Londonderry Adult Education program graduated 25 students in a ceremony held at the Londonderry High School gymnasium on June 6. Program Director Gregory Warren said this is his fifth year directing the program, and called it “truly a one of a kind, outstanding program.”