One of the larger infrastructure projects that has been in the works for many years is the replacement of the Central Street Culvert and Restoration of Sawmill Brook. Sawmill Brook travels through the village and empties into the inner harbor next to Seaside 1 after passing under Central Street.
July 15, 2021
Discussions continue regarding how best to provide public dispatch services at the Selectmen’s meeting on Thursday, July 22. The Board will host another public forum as part of their regular meeting via Zoom (check the agenda on the Town’s web site for log in information and timing.)
We have come to a critical point with dispatching. There are deficiencies with our current operation which must be corrected. We have two basic choices: reinvest in our “in-house” operations or switch over to the state-run North Shore Regional 911 Center in Middleton. As with most choices, there are pros and cons to each option.
July 9, 2021
Grateful for Community By Gregory T. Federspiel
Despite less than ideal weather (and a 40+ degree drop in temperatures from a few days beforehand!) the 4th of July holiday weekend demonstrated the strong sense of community Manchester possesses. We live in a beautiful place and enjoy a high quality of life – aspects we do well to remember and not take for granted.