Tax collector reappointed
The Town Council official reappointed Erin Newnan as Londonderry's tax collector.
During a meeting March 16, councilors unanimously gave Newnan a big nod, setting her salary at $66,935.
During a meeting March 15, the Town Council reorganized for the new term, naming John Farrell as chairman once again. Joe Green will remain on as vice chairman. The council also noted Green's re-election to Council for another three years and also welcomed newcomer Debra Paul as a new councilor.
Farrell also pointed out that councilors were sitting further apart at the official table during the meeting, an effort to support social distancing during this time. Farrell asked the community to support each other.
"Help your neighbors out," he said. "Let's think good thoughts."
Town offers coronavirus updates
The Londonderry Town Hall officially closes to the public until further notice. The town staff will continue to work to serve residents and plans to operate as a “virtual” Town Hall, with transactions able to be done online, by phone or by drop box at the town office building.
Town staff will be working both remotely and on-site to help serve residents. Londonderry public meetings in March will be cancelled and more information about future dates for meetings will be made.
The town website at londonderrynh.org has information and updates on ways to take care of town business online or through other measures. The town’s general phone number is 432-1100.
The town of Londonderry has posted information on the town site concerning the new coronavirus, commonly called COVID-19, and what should be done to keep people safe. The information also links to other specific contact information for both Londonderry and state and federal officials and information.
The information was released through John Farrell, Town Council chairman, Town Manager Kevin Smith and Londonderry Fire Chief Darren O’Brien.