Posts Tagged ‘administrator’

Confidentiality Pledge Sought for
Review of Administrator Applicants

The search for a new Derry Town Administrator is off to a good start, Town Councilors and residents agreed. Progress on the search to replace John Anderson, whose employment was terminated in October, is progressing well, with a Council mostly in agreement about how to do so. Chairman Mark Osborne said that the Council, in […]

Town Council Sets Budget for Administrator Job Ad

The Derry Town Council has set a $2,000 budget for advertising for candidates for its next Town Administrator, and charged Human Resources Director/Acting Town Administrator Larry Budreau with getting the word out. The Council met in a special session Tuesday, March 25, to hammer out the process for filling the Administrator post, which has been […]

Rumors Swirl Over Coyle’s Interest
in Town Administrator Post

There is no doubting the interest of former Town Councilor Kevin Coyle in the vacant Derry Town Administrator job. The doubt comes from who may or may not be helping him to get there. Former Town Council Chairman Michael Fairbanks said, “it is no secret that Kevin is interested,” while Councilor Phyllis Katsakiores said, “I […]

Town Council to Take on
Search for New Administrator

The Derry Town Council will take a DIY approach, at least temporarily, in its search for a new Town Administrator. In its March 18 meeting, the Council discussed the process by which it will recruit and choose an administrator. Human Resources Director Larry Budreau has been Acting Town Administrator since July, when John Anderson was […]

Judge Reviewing Questioned
E-Mails in Derry Lawsuit

A Rockingham County Superior Court judge is examining documents in the Town of Derry’s effort to keep a series of e-mails private. Judge Marguerite Wageling heard testimony Thursday, March 6, from Kevin Coyle, the resident requesting the documents under RSA 91:A, and Brenda Keith, attorney for the Town of Derry and Acting Town Administrator Larry […]

Former Town Administrator Asks Court to Drop Charges

The attorney for former Town Administrator John Anderson has asked the 10th Circuit Court to drop two charges of indecent exposure and lewdness against his client. Anderson’s attorney, James Rosenberg of the Shaheen and Gordon law firm, made his arguments in a hearing Friday with Judge Lucinda Sadler. Prosecutor Kirsten Wilson represented the alleged victim. […]

Town Council Sets Goals

The Derry Town Council has finalized its goals for 2014 and unanimously accepted them. The goals, originally drafted in November, were reviewed by the Council and approved 7-0 in the first portion of a Special Meeting Jan. 28. Acting Town Administrator Larry Budreau presented the goals, codified into a report by the Primex insurance company. […]

Trial of Former Town Administrator Postponed Indefinitely

The trial of former Town Administrator John Anderson has been postponed indefinitely. Anderson’s trial on two counts of indecent exposure and lewdness was originally scheduled for Dec. 13, 2013. It was moved to Feb. 10 due to a scheduling conflict, and moved again to March 7. The trial will not take place on March 7, […]