The Derry Town Council has finalized its goals for 2014 and unanimously accepted them. The goals, originally drafted in November, were reviewed by the Council and approved 7-0 in the first portion of a Special Meeting Jan. 28. Acting Town Administrator Larry Budreau presented the goals, codified into a report by the Primex insurance company.
The Derry Cooperative School District and its fellow sending towns will see a decrease in the tuition rate it pays to send high school students to Pinkerton Academy, due to the influx of Hooksett students this fall. The Pinkerton Board of Trustees announced last week that sending schools will see a $140.68 decrease in tuition.
The trial of former Town Administrator John Anderson has been postponed indefinitely. Anderson’s trial on two counts of indecent exposure and lewdness was originally scheduled for Dec. 13, 2013. It was moved to Feb. 10 due to a scheduling conflict, and moved again to March 7. The trial will not take place on March 7,