The Londonderry Conservation Commission continued its review of a proposed affordable elderly housing complex, asking developers to make some adjustments to protect the buffer to Little Cohas Brook. In its Feb. 28 meeting the Commission met with Joe DeCarolis, one of the developers of the project at 7 Litchfield Road. While the Commission agreed with
A change of use application for a Londonderry property may bring two new, but vastly different, businesses to Londonderry. The prospect of a dog day care and nano-brewery in vacant property at 298 and 302 Rockingham Road came before the Planning Board in its March 1 meeting. The plan received conditional approval.
The town of Londonderry may benefit from a proposed statewide communications system, but not in the near future. Battalion Chief Mike McQuillen and Lt. Jeremy Mague, who are also heading up the effort to improve town-wide communications among Police, Fire and Public Works, discussed the state plan in the March 6 Town Council meeting.