Posts Tagged ‘council’

Council Votes 5-2 on Restoration
Work for Derry Opera House

Restoration work will be done on the Opera House portion of the Adams Memorial Building, after a split vote by the Town Council. In his presentation at the March 4 meeting, public works director Mike Fowler said that in a review with structural engineer Jeff Trexler, the department “discovered some issues.” In three separate votes […]

Council Rates Goals for New Town Administrator

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 […]

Adams Memorial Building in Need of Structural Repairs

The Adams Memorial Building will receive a makeover in the near future, so it can continue to host entertainment events and provide a home for agencies that serve the community. Mike Fowler, Director of Public Works, appeared at the Jan. 7 Town Council meeting to discuss a recent review of the building’s structural needs. The […]

Council OKs Parking Ban at South Avenue Location

Patrons of a popular pizza place will have to plan their stops after the Town Council, at its Jan. 7 meeting, voted to restrict parking on both sides of South Avenue near the Blue House Restaurant. The issue of parking on South Avenue surfaced this past fall, when abutters expressed concern about motorists, in particular […]

As Rancor Continues, Split Council Accepts Ventilators

The Derry Town Council has reversed a previous vote not to allow the acceptance of a grant for Portable Transport Ventilators. The Council voted to reconsider the motion on the grant 4-3, and then approved acceptance of the grant 4-3 at the Jan. 7 Council meeting. In the Dec. 17 meeting, the Council held a […]