Hooksett School Board to consider land purchase
Superintendent Charles Littlefield said school district officials declined an offer to purchase the 26.84-acre parcel in 2007 from John Heaney III and Phyllis Heaney, primarily because the land is mostly wetlands and offers little practical use in terms of building a school or any other type of building on the property.
Though the land — which has a 2013 appraised value of $81,600, according to property records — doesn’t fill an immediate need for the school district, Littlefield said it may have some future value.
“Really, it is tied in with Manchester Sand & Gravel’s development plan, state approvals, easements and things of that nature,” he said. “That’s really an ongoing process, and I get the sense it will continue for awhile.”
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