, Derry, New Hampshire


February 13, 2013

Derry senator disappointed with voter turnout

Becoming a city may bring budgets in line


Rausch said there is a serious disconnect between town and school, one the community can no longer handle.

“We have no accountability,” he said. “It’s the responsibility of all of us to find a solution.”

For any changes to happen, a charter commission would have be elected and put in place.

“I would fully support a charter that leads us in the direction that makes us a city,” Rausch said.

Resident Roberta Robie said changing the form of government won’t help if voters don’t get involved. She said the school district needs to consider the taxpayers.

“This has been going on as long as I can remember,” she said. “Being a city isn’t the answer. We need to get some people on the School Board that care about the taxpayers. There is no accountability.”

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