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LONDONDERRY TIMES ◆ Londonderry Police Log Selections from the Londonderry Police Logs Tuesday, Jan. 3


3:16 p.m. Wallet stolen on High Range Road. Wednesday, Jan. 4


4:14 p.m. Theft of UPS package on Pillsbury Road.


10:10 p.m. Report of dam- age to plane at Jetway #2 at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport. Thursday, Jan. 5


4:12 a.m. Prowler report on Lexington Avenue resi- dence. Report of seeing


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by $672,000. However, he added, the state educa- tion property tax has increased for Londonder- ry by 19 cents, from $2.20 to $2.39, and to achieve a zero tax impact, the bud- get would have to be fur- ther reduced by $616,133. Total cuts to reach a zero tax impact would be $1,287,571. Greenberg made a list of possible reductions, according to priority, and divided them into two lev- els. Level One reductions, divided into sections A, B and C, would if enacted result in a zero property tax increase on the local level. Level Two reduc- tions, also divided into A, B and C, would if enacted mitigate the 19 cent increase in the statewide education property tax, or SWEPT. The first group of cuts would if enacted result in $671,438 of sav- ings; the second group, $616,133 of savings. But the savings come at a cost, Greenberg


someone in open garage and scared off into woods toward Boyd Road. Checked area, vehicle in area, and started K9 search. Upon investiga- tion, officers believe it was an animal that ran into the woods. Caller never saw an actual sus- pect.


9:31 a.m. Criminal mis- chief to piece of construc- tion equipment on Priscil- la Lane.


warned.


“Any significant action,” he said, “could severely impact our abilities to provide programs and services.”


All the items in Level


One were proposed cuts, with the exception of charging for high school parking, a possible rev- enue source. Some possi- ble cuts include summer school, at a savings of $78,123; middle school and freshman sports, $13,500, $85,200 and $7,100 respectively; high school co-curricular radio and cable TV, $61,324; and elementary and middle school music, $23,508 and $10,064 respectively. Possible cuts in Level


Two, to negate the impact of the SWEPT, include a District Office reception- ist position, possible $44,414 savings; middle school librarian position, possible $64,419 savings; high school summer school, possible $41,957 savings; and high school transportation, $90,000. Another item in Level Two was closing the


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HERITAGE/HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION The Heritage/Historic District Commission will hold a Public


Hearing on Thursday, January 26, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. in the Sun- nycrest Conference Room, 268B Mammoth Road, Londonderry, NH to consider the following:


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9:36 a.m. Theft reported at Donovan Springs, Enterprise Drive. 3:19 p.m. Theft of cus- tomer’s purse at Shaw’s, Orchard View Drive. 4:21 p.m. Thefts from Juliano’s, Nashua Road. 8:12 p.m. Charles Mackie, 58, 3 Enterprise Drive, Salem turned himself in on Londonderry warrant for Harassment (phone). He was released on $5,000 personal recognizance


buildings at 5 p.m., Green- berg said. The district could save $130,000 in energy, he said.


The high school park-


ing charge would be an- other $60,000 in revenue, Greenberg said, with 400 parking spaces and stu- dents paying $75 per semester for the privilege of parking. “Am I recom- mending this? No - but the scenario was, ‘What would happen if...’” he said. Board member Steve


Young suggested raising the rental rates for out- side groups. Currently, he said, the rental rates only cover the cost of custodi- ans, not wear-and-tear. Business Manager


Peter Curro said 75 per- cent of the after-hours use of the district’s six school buildings is by local groups. Greenberg said that in looking for areas to cut from, he and the staff tried to minimize the impact to “core programs,” those that directly affect education. It depends, Greenberg said, “on what level of programs and services


JANUARY 12, 2012


bail, with Derry District Court date of Jan. 23. 9:45 p.m. Structure fire reported on Shasta Drive. Friday, Jan. 6


2:13 p.m. Brandon Cas- tiglione, 17, 15 Ridgemont Drive, Londonderry turn- ed himself in on warrant for Simple Assault and Criminal Mischief (van- dalism). Bail was set at $3,000 personal recogni- zance plus $40 bail com- missioner fee, with Derry District Court arraign- ment on Jan. 23. 3:01 p.m. Steven Rossig- nol, 52, 15 Red Roof Lane, Salem, N.H., arrested on


you want to provide. We have laid out the costs.” Budget Committee mem-


ber Dan Lekas said, “A lot of people ask me, ‘Can we reduce the buying of some of the newer things?’ Do we really need new gym curtains? Can we get along with five Smart Boards instead of nine?” Greenberg responded


that preventive mainte- nance is also important. The district is looking to replace computers, for example, and the ones they are hoping to replace are “broken more often than not.” The person- hours taken up and the instructional time lost, he said, “makes it less expen- sive to replace them.” And, he said, unattend- ed maintenance needs often end up costing more. Young warned against cutting too much. This year the deliberative ses- sion will not require a quo- rum, he said, “and if the budget is not low enough, people will demand a lower one; and if it’s too low, they’ll demand that


Londonderry warrant for four counts of Issuing Bad Checks. Bail was set at $2,000 cash, which he was unable to post. He was transported to the Rock- ingham County Jail in Brentwood to await arraignment in Derry Dis- trict Court on Jan. 9. 3:44 p.m. Caller to Lon- donderry Fire reported group of juveniles on ice at Parmenter and Old Nashua roads. Ice is safe. 11:16 p.m. Report of three rifle shots heard in area of Pinyon Place. Saturday, Jan. 7


8:01 a.m. Employee re-


we raise it. We need a rea- sonable budget.” The board settled on the working number of $64,716,379 for an operat- ing budget to bring before the voters. The board voted 5-0 to accept this figure, which is $50,000 less than Greenberg’s first operating budget figure, with the $50,000 coming from one of his proposed savings, removing $50,000


for summer construction projects.


The new figure is $356,209 less than the default budget, which will be $65,072,588. The board’s next regu- lar meeting is Tuesday, Jan. 17, at 7 p.m. in the School District meeting room. The meeting will not be in the Moose Hill Meeting Room due to a conflict.


LONDONDERRY SCHOOL DISTRICT


LONDONDERRY SCHOOL BOARD FILING PERIOD


The Londonderry School District has two (2) School Board members' positions open for the School District Elections to be held on March 13, 2012. The filing period is January 25 through February 3, 2012. To make arrangements to file, please contact Ms. Lynn MacDonald, School District Clerk, at 437-2715. Or for information, please contact the Londonder- ry School District Office at 432-6920 Ext. 1103. Please note that Ms. MacDonald will be at the School District Offices from 3:00PM to 5:00PM on Friday, February 3, 2012, for the pur- pose of final filing.


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ports theft of parts on Enterprise Drive. 9:06 a.m. Theft of bike re- ported on Mammoth Road. 10:29 a.m. Criminal mis- chief to vehicle on Tok- anel Drive. 12:01 p.m. Criminal mis- chief to vehicle on Capitol Hill Drive.


Sunday, Jan. 8


2:27 p.m. Criminal mis- chief to window on house on West Road. 9:16 p.m. Officer out with couple of skaters on Mack’s Pond on Mammoth Road. Advised of danger- ous skating conditions.


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