The Town Council unanimously approved the expenditure of $5,610 from the Fire Department Capital Reserve Fund in accordance with Article 6 of the March 2012 Town Meeting, which approved $150,000 for the acquisition of fire department equipment.
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Stuart Arnett, contracted planner for the town, and Conservation Commission member Mike Speltz outlined for the Town Council an outdoor recreation guide. Arnett said at Monday’s Town Council meeting, that the guide was a first step toward a comprehensive plan of outdoor recreational properties and what can and cannot be done on those properties.
The report issued in July 2011 by the Open Space Task Force on Londonderry’s open spaces will be on the agenda of the Conservation Commission’s Nov. 12 meeting at the Sunnycrest Meeting Room at Town Hall at 7 p.m. Open Space Task Force Chairman Mike Speltz asked that the topic be placed on the agenda […]
The impact fee ordinance that has been rewritten to bring the town into compliance with state statute was approved on a unanimous vote by the Town Council on Monday night. Town Attorney Mike Ramsdell said there had been a couple of questions raised when the Council last considered the amendments.
Town Manager Kevin Smith told the Town Council at their last meeting that businesses have gone elsewhere because Pettengill Road was not completed. He cited a new development along Route 114 near the Bedford Village Inn, noting a Copper Door Restaurant, an assisted living facility and a medical office.
The status of a school auditorium – its cost, whether it would ever be built – continues to be a topic of discussion in town. At the Tuesday, Oct. 22 School Board meeting, board member John Robinson noted that the most recent NEASC (New England Association of Schools and Colleges) evaluation of Londonderry High School […]
Restaurant Depot continues in talks with Londonderry officials regarding its hoped for location at Meadow Lane and Button Drive. Attorney Morgan Hollis, who represents the restaurant supply wholesaler, said discussions are ongoing.
It won’t happen to me? That’s not the way to face a disaster, and a presentation sponsored by the Londonderry Elder Affairs Committee offered pointers and concrete information for people who plan to take a different response to potential emergencies. Garrett Simonsen, regional coordinator of the Greater Derry Public Health Network, which includes Londonderry, visited […]
This year, the Londonderry School District is not sending buses into cul-de-sacs, requiring children to meet the bus on the corner. School District Business Administrator Peter Curro updated the School Board about the bus situation on Tuesday, Oct. 22.
Author Hedrick Smith, a Pulitzer Prize-winning former New York Times reporter and editor and Emmy award-winning producer/correspondent, sat down for a one-on-one interview with host Dottie Grover on her LACTV talk show “One Voice At a Time” to discuss his book “Who Stole the American Dream?”