If the town’s financial state doesn’t improve soon – and that depends on variables such as winter weather, a lawsuit and firefighter health – Londonderry may be looking at a spending freeze and rolling furloughs. Finance Director Sue Hickey outlined the quarterly budget review for the Town Council on Monday night, noting a concern over […]
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In a decision dated Feb. 4, Superior Court Judge Marguerite Wageling granted the Town of Londonderry’s request for Summary Judgment in a suit brought against the Town by attorney Patricia Panciocco on behalf of her clients regarding impact fees. Town Manager Kevin Smith said that unless Panciocco appeals the decision, the impact fee issue is […]
Residents have plenty of opportunity this week to have a say in their government. The Londonderry School District Deliberative Session will be held Friday, Feb. 7, at the Londonderry High School cafeteria, and the Town Deliberative Session will take place at 9 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 8, at the above location. Both sessions follow the same […]
The Conservation Commission is recommending a no vote on Article 12 on the Town Warrant. The warrant is up for discussion at the Saturday, Feb. 8 Town Deliberative Session. The article is a citizen’s petition that seeks to transfer responsibility for the Town Forest from the Conservation Commission to the Town Manager, with advice by […]
A few months ago, we wrote about town officials’ “golden parachutes,” negotiated deals that allow high ranking officials to leave office but continue to collect their salary, receive medical benefits, and get other perks. We noted that plenty of taxpayers who don’t work for the public don’t use their job interview to negotiate their last […]
The filing period for town and school district seats in the March 11 election ends Friday, Jan. 31, at 5 p.m. Candidates for town seats can file for office from 8:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. through Jan. 31 at the Town Clerk’s Office, 268 Mammoth Road. More information is available at 432-1100, ext. 195. The […]
The Town Forest, 13.8 acres of forested land adjacent to the Town Common, will be the subject of a citizen’s petition warrant article. Town Cemetery Sexton Kent Allen received 54 signatures, more than the 25 required to put the petition on the ballot.