Director of Public Works Janusz Czyzowski told the Council that he had wonderful news for them Monday night. “Currently under the Solid Waste contract, we are spending $614,000 for trash collection and $72 per ton for trash disposal and trash recycling collection of $408,000 per year,” he said. “With this current contract, we have two […]
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In the continuing saga of the Town Forest, Town Manager Kevin Smith said he had been in contact with Conservation Commission Chairman Deb Lievens and Heritage Commission Chairman Art Rugg on the matter. “Subsequent to one of the last meetings we had, I met with Deb Lievens and Art Rugg to come up with an […]
Five members of a Derry family on their way to Manchester-Boston Regional Airport to travel to San Diego, Calif., for Thanksgiving went instead to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries after the SUV in which they were traveling was involved in a collision with a dump truck near The Yard restaurant on Rockingham Road (Route […]
The first public hearing on the proposed FY 15 Town Budget is set for Monday, Dec. 16. A bond hearing, if necessary, will take place Monday, Dec. 23, and the second budget hearing and adoption of the FY 15 budget and warrant articles is Jan. 20, 2004.
Police Chief William Hart, Town Manager Kevin Smith and police union steward Sgt. Adam Dyer outlined for the council a proposed three-year contract with the police union. “There are three significant items,” Hart said. “One is a 1.8 percent annual COLA (Cost of Living Adjustment) increase to the union members. Keep in mind that last […]
Clean-up of the Town Forest was back at the Heritage Commission last week and remains unresolved. Chairman Arthur Rugg recalled that in July, Kent Allen had visited the commission to suggest making improvements to the Town Forest by cutting brush, brambles, bittersweet and poison ivy, and getting rid of some of the dead vegetation, but […]
Developers of the future Hickory Woods over-55 development at 304 Nashua Road (Route 102) requested a special exemption from the Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA) to have a sign placed in a spot along Route 102 that is off site yet still on property owned by the developers. They also requested a variance to allow […]
David Colglazier, treasurer of the Londonderry Historical Society, successfully petitioned the Zoning Board of Adjustment for a variance to allow a structure within five feet of a rear property line where 15 feet is required, so that the Historical Society could put donated railroad tracks on the back of the Society property at 140 Pillsbury […]
On Friday, Nov. 22, the Londonderry Police Department, in conjunction with the United States Postal Inspection Service, arrested Kyle Pedrick, 21, of Londonderry on suspicion of the following charges: Possession of Controlled/Narcotic Drugs; Possession of Controlled/Narcotic Drugs With Intent to Distribute; Manufacture of Controlled Drugs and Possession of Controlled/Narcotic Drugs.
Aranosian Oil Company is proposing building a travel center at its current Sunoco gas station site at Exit 5 off Interstate 93. Project Manager Jeffrey Merritt of Keach-Nordstrom Associates and Project Architect Frank Coulter of Bohler Engineering, along with property owner Floyd Hayes, met with the Heritage Commission on Thursday, Nov. 21, to discuss the […]