Public Forum Hosted for Unanswered 4A Questions

Members of the general public are invited to attend an informational, open forum meeting on Thursday, June 14, 2012 at 6:30 PM, in the Moose Hill Conference Room at the Londonderry Town Hall located at 268B Mammoth Road, Londonderry, NH. The meeting will focus on the planning and construction of Exit 4A off Interstate 93 and will cover the facts about the development of the exit, as well as give the public a chance to speak with representatives from the state and government.

Plans for Exit 4A will bring commuters to Route 28 by bypassing downtown Derry. Click for a larger image.

As of now, plans indicate that commuters will be able to exit from both sides of the highway but will only be able to travel east, towards Derry. Click for a larger image.

New Hampshire State Senator Sharon Carson, R-Londonderry, and State Senator and Chair of the Senate Transportation Committee James Rausch, R-Derry, are expected to be in attendance during the meeting. Others expected to participate include State Representative and Chair of the House Transportation Committee Sherman Packard, Assistant Commissioner of the NH Department of Transportation Jeff Brillhart, and Executive Director for the Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission David Preece.

Attendees will be given opportunity to ask questions and view the current plans for the development of the highway exit. Carson stated that she wanted to inform the public regarding the plans and development of Exit 4A. She expressed that there have been many recent concerns and questions circulating from her constituents.

The meeting is being sponsored by the Londonderry Commerce and Visitors Center (CVC). The mission of the CVC is to promote Londonderry and the region with the goal of desirable commercial and industrial development, while maintaining the agricultural and passive recreational core of the community. To learn more about the CVC, please visit their website.


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