The Conservation Commission voted unanimously to fund a detailed forest management plan for the Musquash Conservation Area, to be completed in the next year. Consulting Forester Charles Moreno presented three types of plans. The most detailed, which the Commission chose, will cost the Town $21,125.
Although enrollment numbers in Londonderry continue to decline, this year’s kindergarten and first grade classes were larger than anticipated. Overall, enrollment on Oct. 1 of last year was 4,392 students, compared with 4,373 students as of last week, the opening of school, according to Superintendent Nate Greenberg.
While Republican candidates discussed educational reform at the New Hampshire Education Summit at Londonderry High School last week, teachers and union officials from throughout the region descended on the school to protest candidates’ underfunding of public education and “systemic educator bashing.” “Strong public schools are vibrant in our communities, and we can’t let what’s being