Derry Fire Chief Michael Gagnon is hoping to take advantage of the civilian talent in his community. In his proposed 2017 budget, Gagnon has included funding to revive the town’s CERT. The group, a Citizens Emergency Response Team, assists in non-medical ways during disasters and other emergencies. For example, Gagnon said, CERT members were integral
Two bills currently in the New Hampshire House and Senate, respectively, may change the way towns apportion their Veterans Tax Credits, as well as the amount of credit for which veterans are eligible. SB 348 if adopted would raise the amount of property tax credit for “certain disabled veterans” to a maximum of $12,000. “Certain
The Highway Safety Committee is continuing to monitor several downtown crosswalks after receiving its second letter from a concerned resident. At its April 21 meeting the committee reviewed a letter from resident Brad Russell dated April 2 and expressing concern about the crosswalk at the junction of East Broadway and McAllister Court.