Two projects of the Londonderry School District are in the Priority 2 classification in the Londonderry Capital Improvement Plan (CIP), while two other potential projects are within the “six-years out” window.
Business Manager Peter Curro presented the current CIP plan at the July 12 School Board meeting, and the board unanimously agreed to recommend it.
The long hoped for auditorium, estimated at $9,500,000, and the replacement of the aging SAU (School Administrative Unit) building, $2,150,000, are both ranked as Priority 2, or “necessary within three years to maintain basic level and quality of community services.”
The other priority levels are Priority 1, urgent, cannot be delayed, needed immediately for health and safety; Priority 3, desirable, needed within four to six years to improve quality or level of services; Priority 4, deferrable, can be placed on hold until after six-year span of current CIP; Priority 5, premature, needs more research, planning and coordination; and Priority 6, inconsistent, contrary to land-use planning or community development goals. Continue reading