NH DOT: Derry's portion for Exit 4A project capped at $5m
During the meeting, the NH DOT presented an update on the Interstate 93 widening project and answered councilors’ questions about the controversial Exit 4A project.
Town councilors last month expressed concerns that because of delays the cost of the project could soar to more than $100 million, leaving Derry responsible for a portion of the excess.
Councilor Thomas Cardon, who has followed the Exit 4A project for years, said the loss of the documents doesn’t mean Derry doesn’t owe the $5 million but questioned if there was anything on paper showing the town was obligated.
“There’s not one signature from anybody in Derry that has signed this document,” Cardon said.
Cardon said he has been looking for four years for the original contract that included Derry, but he hasn’t found it yet.
The reason the contract could have been hidden is because of a possible deadline date that would make the document null and void.
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