Court dismisses developers’ Londonderry impact fee claims
Town Manager Kevin Smith said the town learned of the court’s decision last week.
The town of Londonderry, in turn, moved to dismiss those claims. Ramsdell said the motion was granted on the basis that the town had already done its due diligence.
On Feb. 4, Rockingham Superior Court Judge Marguerite Wageling granted the town’s motion to dismiss those claims, and the town received official notice of that decision on Feb. 12.
In summer 2012, Police Chief William Hart, who was then serving as the town’s interim town manager, revealed that the town owed up to $1.3 million in combined impact fees previously collected for state highway improvements to developers and property owners because of improper collection practices.
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