Thomas More College buys Nashua property
“We are very close to reaching our maximum capacity with the buildings we have on our Merrimack campus. This purchase is an attempt to find a solution for our middle-term growth,” said William Fahey, president of the college. “This building answers our concerns beautifully.”
Fahey said he would probably not describe the new Nashua site as a satellite campus but does acknowledge it is an expansion of the school.
“I wish to welcome them to the neighborhood,” he said, adding it is a beautiful building.
“We believe that given other realistic options, the continued use of the property as a school is excellent. Dr. Fahey was forthright, and is likely to be a good neighbor and caretaker of the property at 90 Concord St.,” said a letter written by several abutters to Roger Houston of the city’s planning department.The letter went on to say that the operations of the college would have minimal impact on the neighborhood and might even improve it.
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