State Rep. John O’Connor seeks delay of Derry Dumpster Depot appeal
State Rep. John O’Connor has filed for a postponement of Thursday night’s scheduled session. O’Connor said he is asking for the postponement because he has a lot of material to file. Complicating the situation is the fact that the birth of his granddaughter could happen any day now, O’Connor said.
O’Connor originally challenged a decision by the town’s code enforcement department, alleging that it mistakenly categorized the business as a “contractor’s yard.”
The board then opted to allow O’Connor to convert the appeal from a challenge of a code enforcement decision to an appeal of the Planning Board’s Aug. 21 decision to approve the site plan.
The state representative also sits on the Planning Board but has recused himself from voting on the plan.
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