Derry sets aside money to preserve town records
The town council recently approved a budget transfer of $65,000 from the executive department for the record preservation.
The money for the record preservation comes from the fiscal year 2013 appropriation for union settlements. Anderson said there was $285,000 set aside in that line item, with only $52,000 used for that purpose.
State statute says the records must be bound and preserved in perpetuity, according to Mobsby.
Anderson said Neale had brought the item forward in a previous year’s budget, but he cut it from the budget before it reached the council.
Mobsby said it will cost about $2,000 per year to keep the record preservation up to date.
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