Dumpster Depot to mull 'very difficult' conditions
During the most recent Planning Board hearing on the proposal, a number of conditions for the project were laid out revolving around hours of operation, mosquito and rodent control, soil and water testing, building a fence around a retention pond, and not allowing trash on the site.
Tymula also said that both the DES and the town's Department of Public Works have stated that there is not a need for groundwater testing on the property.
Tymula stated that the business is considered a contractor yard or truck-hauling facility and is allowed under the zoning.
The Planning Board agreed to continue the site plan to its Aug. 21 meeting to give Paul time to decide whether he wants to move forward with the project and to give the board time to properly write up all the proposed conditions for approval.
"Our job is to protect the town of Derry, and in case you didn't notice, there is a bit of a public relations nightmare. And without (the conditions), this probably doesn't pass," said Anderson. "As for the empty Dumpsters, you can tell me in all the ways that the state allows it, but I don't want it there; I never want trash there. As the town administrator, I'm going to keep that condition in there, and if it's a condition that makes your client look at another location, I can't control that."firstname.lastname@example.org
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