Derry planners ask developer to get Windham on board
For a number of years, the developers have been looking at ways to access the Derry lot and tie it into the Windham subdivision.
The latest plan has been to bring a road from Windham into the Derry property and build a cul-de-sac in front of the projected Derry lots. About half of that cul-de-sac would be in Windham and the other half in Derry.
At a recent Planning Board hearing on the cul-de-sac, Maynard said the Windham Public Works Department had agreed to plow the Derry portion of the roadway in the winter.
“It would make no practical sense to appropriate money and coordinate with Windham for a small piece of pavement,” said Mark L’Heureux, engineering coordinator of the Public Works Department.
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