Dumpster Depot abutter gains support in Derry fight
State Rep. John O’Connor’s appeal was refused by the Zoning Board of Adjustment in an Oct. 3 meeting. The board then opted to allow O’Connor to convert the appeal from a challenge of a code enforcement decision to an appeal of the Planning Board’s Aug. 21 decision to approve the site plan.
A number of neighbors have stepped forward in recent weeks to back the appeal and sign a list, abutter Brenda Wilson said Monday night. Wilson, who has filed a separate appeal of the Planning Board decision, has also joined in the effort.
The ZBA agreed earlier this month to postpone a hearing of O’Connor’s appeal until Thursday, Nov. 7, because of the amount of material involved.
Wilson’s appeal of the Planning Board decision was planned to be heard in Rockingham County Superior Court, but that appeal has now been put on hold, pending the outcome of the Nov. 7 hearing.
As part of the other conditions established by the board, O’Connor was supposed to submit evidence and provide a list of parties.
All of the documents have been submitted, Wilson said.
O’Connor has said he the business isn’t appropriate for the area and will diminish property values.
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