The Town of Derry will sever its relationship with Administrator John Anderson on Oct. 26, to the tune of approximately $45,000.
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The Town of Derry will sever its relationship with Administrator John Anderson on Oct. 26. The Town Council voted 6-1 to terminate its employment agreement with Anderson without cause, pending receipt of a signed separation agreement. Mark Osborne voted no. The resolution also authorizes Acting Town Administrator Larry Budreau to execute any documents involved in […]
Upper Village Hall, which operates under the care and control of the East Derry Village Improvement Society (EDVIS), is in compliance with the agreement between the Society and the Town, according to Society president Paul Dionne.
Teachers within the Derry Cooperative School District who seek to widen the technology horizons of their students were recently awarded with Game Changer Grants from the 21st Century Learning Community Corp.
The Derry food pantries are seeing increased need for food and their supplies are lower than usual, making it difficult to meet the demand. And to make things worse, the school food drives that play such an important role in all the food pantry efforts have not begun yet.
The Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA) rejected an appeal of an administrative decision by Code Enforcement Officer Bob Mackey regarding the proposed Dumpster Depot off Ashleigh Drive, but left the door open for opponents of the project to appeal it through another avenue.
The Derry Planning Board will look at updating the town’s Livestock Ordinance, in order to give Animal Control Officer Marlene Bishop and other officials the “teeth” to enforce the rules. Bishop appeared before the Planning Board at its Oct. 2 meeting to discuss the ordinance, which was last updated in 2009.
The Derry Town Council will not pass on a water rate increase to customers, preferring to find the $10,000 shortfall in the budget and work with Manchester Water Works (MWW) to keep costs down. Thomas Carrier, Deputy Director of Public Works in Derry, attended the Oct. 1 Council meeting to discuss a proposed rate increase […]
Polo shirts, Pinkerton logos and puzzlement were the order of the night as parents and faculty grappled with how Pinkerton Academy students can and should dress. The discussion on a Unified Dress Code took place as part of a fall parent meeting Thursday, Sept. 26, in the Stockbridge Theatre. Associate Deans Kevin Yahnian and Wendy […]
The Cooperative Alliance for Regional Transportation (CART) will cut back on its “demand response” routes twice a week, in order that all its Derry clients can get to where they need to be. Executive Director Annette Stollar presented the new schedule, and the reason for it, in a Sept. 24 public hearing in the Derry […]