Sustainability manager presents ‘Livable Nashua’ Sustainability and Resilience Plan during joint committee meeting

read more…: Sustainability manager presents ‘Livable Nashua’ Sustainability and Resilience Plan during joint committee meeting

The Planning and Economic Development, and Personnel/Administration Affairs Committees approved the “Livable Nashua” Sustainability and Resilience Plan, which was presented by sustainability manager Deb Chisholm on Monday, April 8. 

Aldermen pass ordinances regarding ‘no parking’ signs; some say one on Lake Street could be ‘discriminatory’

read more…: Aldermen pass ordinances regarding ‘no parking’ signs; some say one on Lake Street could be ‘discriminatory’

The signs were unanimously approved at the north side of a section of Arlington Avenue, on the east side of a section of Tolles Street, and on the south side of a section of Lock Street. A “no parking” sign on the north side of a section of Lake Street sparked discussion and divided the board, but ultimately passed with 10 in favor and five opposed.

Recovery home on Archery Lane prompts discussion on city ordinances and stigma surrounding mental health 

read more…: Recovery home on Archery Lane prompts discussion on city ordinances and stigma surrounding mental health 

The conversation centered around the city’s classification of recovery homes and single-family homes and addressed the dissatisfaction expressed by residents of Archery Lane – a single-family residential area – toward a recovery home at 16 Archery Lane during the last Board of Aldermen meeting on March 26. 

Nashua’s drug court offers an alternative to incarceration, treatment and the chance for a clean criminal record

read more…: Nashua’s drug court offers an alternative to incarceration, treatment and the chance for a clean criminal record

For the past decade, the Hillsborough County Superior Court-South’s Adult Drug Court has offered an alternative to incarceration and the chance for individuals to receive treatment and expunge their records.