Anne Chiampa has been outspoken about Woodmont.
“I hope the developers add a little more of Londonderry in it,” she said. “I hope there is a melding of Londonderry’s character and modern conveniences they are planning for residents in the area. I’m looking forward to seeing what ends up coming here.”
Deb Nowicki told planning officials she hoped Woodmont would offer a happy medium and integrate modern with traditional.
“Londonderry is a lot of farms and conservation land,” she said. “My concerns are about old Londonderry and the new Londonderry.”
Planning Board Chairman Arthur Rugg said it’s finally time to get more Woodmont questions answered.
“We’re getting into the meat of the Woodmont stuff with quite a few details,” Rugg said.
The town website offers a detailed Woodmont Commons PUD page for anyone wishing to learn more about the project. The page is located on the town site through the Planning Board page at londonderrynh.org. It lists all project plans, images and other information.
Planning Board members will continue Woodmont discussions at their meeting April 10 at 7 p.m. in Moose Hill Council Chambers at the town complex.