Derryfest will go forward Sept. 19 with a combination of experienced volunteers and the much-hoped- for new blood. A volunteer meeting held Thursday, July 9 in the Opera House brought out about a dozen residents, most of whom committed themselves to one of eight “teams” or committees delineated by former Chairman Michael Gendron. The attendees
Solar energy will be available to more Derry residents and businesses, thanks to an innovative partnership with the Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission (SNHPC). Jeff Moulton and Marc Flattes, volunteers with the effort, spoke at the July 7 Town Council meeting on the “Solar Up” program.
A suggestion for developing a town ethics ordinance had a lukewarm response at the July 7 Town Council meeting. Councilor Richard Tripp asked for the item to be placed on the agenda. In recent months, ethics and conflicts of interest have been part of an informal conversation as Councilors and community members criticized board members