Welcome to the Town of Londonderry’s revised website…
After considerable effort we are launching the 2014 revised version of the Town of Londonderry website. We have made every attempt to move important information from the previous site to the new and improved version but understand that there may be a few “hiccups” along the way. We will make every attempt to make any corrections and/or additions in a timely manner. We will be updating this site on a regular basis and hope you will visit often to know about the happenings in Londonderry.
This site has been created in WordPress under the direction of Sadelle Wiltshire of Spectrum WebWorks in Putney, Vermont. Many thanks go to Sadelle for the work, direction and efforts needed to bring this effort to fruition.
Each month we are going to feature a photograph taken in Londonderry. This picture was taken from the top of Magic Mountain overlooking Lowell Lake. Before we know it, the trees will be in their greenery and we will be outside hiking in summer gear.
You may submit a digital photo for possible publication by sending the .jpg file to webmaster with appropriate information.
AFTER THE FLOOD REPORT
The “After the Flood” Summary Report, which is available here, was accepted by the Londonderry Select Board at their April 7, 2014 meeting. This report is the result of a workshop and meetings in 2013 supported by the Center for Creative Solutions at Marlboro College, the Windham Regional Commission and the Town of Londonderry. The approaches listed are ideas for two of the five parcels the town will be acquiring through the FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grant Program. The Select Board has not taken a position on any of these approaches.
There will be community meetings to further brainstorm and plan possible outcomes for these properties to help mitigate future flood damage and provide additional amenities for the community. Additionally, the town voted at the March 2014 Annual Meeting to support continued planning for the reuse and redesign of the five buyout properties and to support seeking available grant funding options for final design, engineering and implementation.
Please click this link to the Londonderry Renewal website for further information and your ability to provide input.
SHOE BARN WALL UPDATE
THE LONDONDERRY MONTHLY
Click here to see the latest news and happenings in the April 2014 edition of the Londonderry Monthly.
Links to earlier editions of the Londonderry Monthly can be found on this site by choosing the TOWN menu and then selecting NEWSLETTER.
NEW TRANSFER STATION RATES AS OF JANUARY 1, 2014
Up to 13 gallon bag $1 per bag
14 to 30 gallon bag $3 per bag
Up to 55 gallon bag $5 per bag
Light Construction Material $30 per cubic yard
Heavy Construction Material $50 per cubic yard (shingles, tile etc.)
ELECTRONIC COLLECTION DAY
Saturday, May 17, 2014 – 9am – 1 pm See Flyer
Last updated April 13, 2014