Budget crisis eases in Londonderry
LONDONDERRY — The annual Town Meeting will be held Saturday, March 14 beginning at 9 a.m. in the cafeteria of Londonderry High School. Just shy of 300 residents showed up at last year's meeting and town councilors are urging a better turnout.Continued ...
Coyle, Fairbanks keep Town Council seats
DERRY — It was a chilly day for candidates standing at the polls Tuesday, but two incumbents kept their Town Council seats warm.Continued ...
As Derry voters came out in small numbers to cast votes for town and school district officials, many incumbents kept their spots while newcomers also won their races. A total of 1,846 votes were cast out of approximately 21,000 registered voters in town.
O'Keefe wins council seat
LONDONDERRY — Sean O'Keefe, defeated in two previous attempts, beat out his five opponents by a wide margin for the vacant Town Council seat.Continued ...
"Third time's a charm, I guess," he said. "I've been on the Budget Committee and voicing my opinion. I put myself out there and I guess people were listening."
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