Yesterday, the groundbreaking ceremony for the Woodmont Commons project was held at the old Woodmont Orchard building on Pillsbury Road in Londonderry, New Hampshire. The main roadway giving access to the Commons was named Michels Way, after the late John Michels who was Nancy Michels partner and late husband. Governor Sununu, Mayor Ted Gatsas of Manchester, Kevin Smith (Londonderry Town Manager), and Christopher Pappas of the Executive Council all joined Nancy to celebrate this seminal achievement of both the community at large and of John Michels hard work in getting the initial stages of the project moving forward.
The project is a modern development that will provide walking access to businesses, retail stores, restaurants, and other amenities. The plan involves a production brewery to be installed as well and will dovetail with the Exit 4A project that should be completed in 2021, and provide greater access to the Londonderry/Derry Communities. You can read more about it here.
Parnell, Michels & McKay is happy to continue their involvement in the project and in support thereof. More than anything, it was fantastic to see John Michels being honored for his tireless dedication to the Woodmont Commons project and bringing Londonderry into the forefront of modern New Hampshire towns. The Union Leader provided coverage of the ceremony, including Nancy Michels being able to take part in the official ceremony with the Governor and other important New Hampshire Figures.
We look forward to continuing to serve the community of Southern New Hampshire, and helping assist the Woodmont Commons project moving forward. As always, our firm is ready to help out those in the community with their legal needs.