Town Attorney Michael Ramsdell advised the Town Council on Monday that the Dec. 31, 2012 court-ordered audit of the town’s impact fee assessments dating back to 1994 has been completed. Ramsdell said a petition had been filed with the Rockingham Superior Court after town officials discovered “issues with the impact fee program that had been […]
Archive for August, 2013
The application acceptance and public hearing for the proposed Woodmont Commons development has been continued to the Aug. 28 Planning Board meeting, after the Londonderry Planning Board gave it careful scrutiny at its Aug. 14 meeting. Ari Pollock, an attorney representing the developers Pillsbury Realty LLC, told the board, “A week ago we placed a […]
Miss Londonderry 2013 Devenn Glickman poses after winning the title on Friday, Aug. 9. Photos by Chris Paul
The Londonderry Lightning 12-U softball contingent returned from Florida with a championship in hand recently after winning the Commissioner’s Cup at the national Babe Ruth World Series. The locals went a perfect 3-0 in the commissioner’s event after finishing 2-2 in pool play in the main national tournament.
Historic reenactments will go on throughout the day on Saturday at the Morrison House Museum.
Would you like to know what your tax dollars are paying for? Who wouldn’t. But sometimes it’s easier said than done, even when the latest buzz word for public officials is “transparency.” Our local officials handle public information in different ways. In the Timberlane SAU (School Administrative Unit), which includes Sandown and Hampstead, there’s a […]
The 20-year High School Maintenance Agreement signed by the Manchester and Hooksett school districts in 2003, which sent Hooksett students to Manchester for high school until 2023, was revised in a Hillsborough Superior Court settlement. “Hooksett is obligated under the agreement to send all its public high school students to Manchester except those students who […]
After choosing Kevin Smith of Litchfield, a former political candidate, for the town manager job, the Town Council has included a paragraph pertaining to running for office in its employment contract with him. Smith was hired by the Town Council at its Aug. 5 meeting, as previously reported in the Londonderry Times. Smith, 36, ran […]
School District Business Administrator Peter Curro and Town Director of Finance and Administration Susan Hickey provided a Fiscal Year 13 financial review for the Budget Committee. “We are in the second week of our audits and they should be done by the end of next week,” Hickey told the committee at its Thursday, Aug. 8 […]
The School District will receive federal IDEA – Individuals with Disabilities Education Act – grant money for the 2013/2014 school year in the sum of $983,523. Director of Pupil Services Kim Carpinone told the school board at its meeting Tuesday, Aug. 6, that the money is provided by the federal government to offset the costs […]