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Exit 4A talk has cost Derry $1.7m
Osborne, who had been doing research on “missing” documents related to project, gave the figure to council members at their Tuesday night meeting.
Osborne said he recently made the discovery after thoroughly researching the approximately 30-year history of the Exit 4A project.
During a council meeting last month, State Sen. James Rausch and Farrell said the documents had been lost years ago.
The town must determine if it is legally bound to contribute the entire $5 million to the project.
The town will consult with its attorney soon to decide what course to take on Exit 4A. Regardless of the decision, Osborne said the council will deliver a definitive response.
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