NEWS AND EVENTS

2024 Town Election Sample Ballot first page

2024 Town Election Sample Ballot »

The sample ballot for the 2024 March Town election is now available...

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Londonderry Water Town Hall »

Access to safe, clean drinking water is one of the most significant challenges facing Londonderry today. You are...

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Londonderry Town Lantern - February 2024 »

SPECIAL MARCH TOWN ELECTION WARRANT ARTICLE ISSUE 

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Absentee Ballots for March 12 are available! »

If you already completed an absentee ballot request form for the March 12 Town & School election, it is on its way...

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Calling All Artists! Apply to the 2024 Arts Café »

The Londonderry Arts Council is still accepting applications from visual artists and craftspeople for its ninth annual...

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Access to safe, clean drinking water is one of the most significant challenges facing Londonderry today. You are invited to attend a Town Hall presentation on Monday, March 4, 2024 at 6:00 p.m. in the Londonderry High School Cafe to learn about the status of contaminants in Londonderry's drinking water, mitigation and remediation efforts on the local and state level, and plans to expand access to Town water throughout the community, including the High Range Road main project on the March 2024 ballot.

Anticipated speakers & panelists include:

  • Robert Scott, Commissioner, New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services
  • Rep. Bill Boyd, Chair, New Hampshire Drinking Water & Groundwater Trust Fund
  • Rep. Sherman Packard, Speaker of the N.H. House of Representatives & Londonderry State Representative
  • Chuck Morse, Former President of the N.H. State Senate
  • John Farrell, Chair, Londonderry Town Council
  • Mike Malaguti, Town Manager, Londonderry
  • Amy Rousseau, PFAS Response Administrator, New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services
  • Brandon Kernan, Administrator, Drinking Water & Groundwater Bureau, New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services
  • Pennichuck Water
  • Weston & Sampson

This list will be updated as changes occur.

Questions for speakers and panelists will be submitted in written format. Question cards will be available on-site, or you can send your questions in advance to Kirsten Hildonen at khildonen@londonderrynh.org and they will be provided to the panel.

 

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