Citizens make conservation a hot issue on Windham ballot
During a public hearing on Jan. 23, the Windham Board of Selectmen shared details of three petitioned articles.
If approved, $700,000 of the purchase would come from bonds, with the remaining purchase amount to come from the town’s conservation fund.
The site in question is located approximately .2 miles east of the intersection of North Lowell and Londonderry roads, and intersects with the town’s current Sheffield Road conservation easement.
Attorney James Steiner, who spoke at last week’s meeting on Dapergolas’ behalf, said the site is rich in wildlife, with beavers and moose making their home there.
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