The Derry Town Council will investigate what went wrong in an incident at Gilbert H. Hood Middle School on primary election day, Sept. 9. Two residents and Moderator Margaret Ives spoke to the issue in the Public Forum of the Sept. 16 meeting. Michael Layton and Katherine Prudhomme-O’Brien allege First Amendment violations at the polling
Derry will continue to allow the Conservation Commission to receive 100 percent of the Land Use Change Tax, after a move to reduce the Commission’s portion of the revenues did not receive a majority vote. The Town Council addressed the matter of the Land Use Change Tax, or LUCT, at its Tuesday, Sept. 16 meeting.
At its Sept. 17 meeting, the Derry Planning Board heard arguments against the proposed General Commercial IV (G IV) district ranging from lack of a provision for agriculture to lack of a provision for auto-related businesses. But the theme was the same: landowners should be able to do what they want with their property. The