A longtime Derry resident was asked to fine-tune his plans for a Unitarian-Universalist retreat center on his property before the Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA) endorses them. Paul Doolittle of 33 Old Chester Road appeared before the Zoning Board of Adjustment Feb. 20 to appeal an administrative decision by Code Enforcement Officer Bob Mackey. Mackey […]
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The site of the proposed Dumpster Depot at 41 Ashleigh Drive has changed hands. Assessor David Gomez and Morgan Hollis, an attorney for Dumpster Depot owner David Paul, confirmed last week that the property has passed from the Yvon Cormier Construction Co. to 41 Ashleigh Drive LLC, a Limited Liability Company in which Paul is […]
The Town Council is closer to determining what it wants in the next Town Administrator, thanks to a menu of options prepared by Acting Town Administrator Larry Budreau. Budreau, who is also Human Resources Director for the town, presented a list of three goals and 21 qualifications to use in the search process for Derry’s […]
The Town of Derry, in particular its Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA), has been served papers in a lawsuit filed by the Dumpster Depot, doing business as Accurate Transport Inc. Dumpster Depot owner David Paul is contesting a Nov. 7, 2013 decision by the Zoning Board that the Planning Board erred in accepting jurisdiction for […]
A frustrated advocate against the Dumpster Depot plans for Derry got answers at the Jan. 22 Town Council meeting, though they weren’t necessarily the ones she wanted. Brenda Wilson of Greenwich Road appeared before the Council in the public forum part of the meeting to ask for answers regarding the Dumpster rental firm and its […]
Pinkerton Academy’s new Headmaster will be a man with New Hampshire roots and global influence. The Board of Trustees announced Thursday. Jan. 23, that Griffin Morse will assume the role of Headmaster upon Mary Anderson’s retirement this June.
The Derry Planning Board is seeking a legal opinion after the Zoning Board of Adjustment overturned its decision to allow David Paul, owner of the Dumpster Depot, to build a facility on Ashleigh Drive. At the Jan. 15 Planning Board meeting, Chairman David Granese referenced the decision and said the board was seeking legal counsel.
The Derry School Board is taking to the road to explain this year’s budget. Superintendent Laura Nelson said at the Jan. 14 School Board meeting that board members have been attending Parent Teacher Association (PTA) meetings for the district’s seven schools. “They discuss the budget, how it was developed,” Nelson said. “We have developed a […]