Adams said he was also worried about large trucks holding up traffic on Hall Road when they arrived to pick up vehicles or drop them off at the junkyard.
Attorney Daniel Corley represented Dudek at the meeting. He said his client is a good businessman who has already spent thousands of dollars to make sure his junkyard is clean and run well.
“It’s one of the better facilities in Londonderry,” he said.
Dudek said he has plans for more upgrades to his property, including adding trees to hide any junk cars that may be seen by neighbors and to make sure no cars are stacked higher than the fence.
Officials told Dudek to replace the stained siding on his office trailer.
Rep. Al Baldasaro, R-Londonderry, lives at 41 Hall Road and abuts Dudek’s business. He said Murray’s is a good neighbor.
“I look from my porch and see straight into the junkyard,” he said. “When you are on Hall Road, you are either looking down into the junkyard or looking over. I’m impressed with what he’s done. It looks 150 percent better than any other junkyard in this town.”
Councilors will continue the junkyard license discussion at their next meeting on July 15.