PSNH community relations representative Elizabeth LaRocca said at that meeting it’s all about keeping people informed.
She said it’s part of PSNH’s mission to relate important information prior to system overhauls and other work.
“It’s important for us to communicate to people and be proactive,” she said.
Right now, Londonderry has 17 projects on the table, LaRocca said.
She said the company spent $4.3 million on its southern region, with about $1.6 million of that, or 37 percent, spent in Londonderry.
PSNH has offered give a “show and tell” presentation to residents, showing them where they live, what their systems do and relieve any concerns they may have.