First quarter Food Service earnings are below what was hoped for, School District Business Coordinator Peter Curro and Food Service Director Nancy Faucon told the School Board. “In the first quarter we had a loss of just over $17,000,” Curro said. “Even though the total revenue was slightly higher than last year because we had […]
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School District Business Administrator Peter Curro and Director of Buildings and Grounds Chuck Zappala presented the School Board with a list of prioritized repair and renovation projects for a bond request in March. At the previous school board meeting, the board requested the projects be prioritized, and Curro and Zappala returned Nov. 5 with the […]
The town Controller, Doug Smith, who had been working 32 hours per week, saw his hours increased to 40 hours per week effective Monday, Nov. 4. Town manager Kevin Smith said the move to full time was the result of the volume of the workload. Finance Director Susan Hickey added that the change was a […]
Town Manager Kevin Smith brought his Fiscal Year 15 budget overview to the Town Council on Monday night. “On March 8, 2011 voters approved a revised process which culminates with all budget items voted on by ballot, similar to the way the school district does it,” he said. “A deliberative session this year will be […]
The question of cleaning the Town Forest of debris and small trees returned to the Town Council on Monday night, and eventually ended up in the lap of Town Manager Kevin Smith.
Last March, voters turned down a warrant article for a 10-year bond to pay for roofing and paving projects and renovations in the school district. Now district officials want to bring the matter before the voters again this coming March. Bond articles require a 60 percent supermajority to pass, and voters turned it down by […]
The Londonderry School District will be asking State Commissioner of Education Virginia Barry for permission to use the PSAT and other tests in lieu of the planned Smarter Balanced test for students in grades 8-11.
Attorney Patricia Panciocco, representing a group of developers, has responded to the ongoing impact fee litigation in Rockingham Superior Court by filing for both Attorney’s Fees and a Respondent’s Statement of Claims.
The Town Council voted unanimously Monday night to accept the first reading of a new impact fee ordinance, as recommended by the Planning Board to make the ordinance more in compliance with state statute.
Annette Stoller, executive director of CART – the Cooperative Alliance for Regional Transportation – joined Rockingham Planning Commission Transportation Planner Scott Bogle and Londonderry CART Board member Bob Ramsay at the Londonderry Elder Affairs Committee to answer questions and complaints about transit service in town.