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Aldermen agree to Hartnett/Pearl amendment, Transportation Center agreement

On Tuesday night, the Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved an amendment to a master development agreement (MDA) between the City of Manchester and Lansing Melbourne Group, the development company that has agreed to new affordable housing units at what is now the Pearl Street and Hartnett Parking lots.

ZBA grants variance for more apartments on Elm Street

On Thursday night, the Manchester Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA) granted a variance to Brady Sullivan Properties that would allow 110 dwelling units at 1230 Elm St., a building just north of Bridge Street that now primarily hosts office space and educational space for the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.

Deadline set for Hallsville RFPs

Committee members agreed to the draft evaluation criteria, built upon recommendations gathered from a community listening session at the school.

Kitchens provides positive report for MHT

Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT) Director Ted Kitchens presented a positive picture to members of the Manchester Board of Mayor and Aldermen’s Special Committee on Airport Activities on Tuesday night, sharing figures that show a marked rebound since the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Fisher Cats VP joins city’s business development department

Recently, the city welcomed New Hampshire Fisher Cats Vice President of Business Development Erik Lesniak to become the new business liaison for the City of Manchester’s Economic Development Department, joining new director Jodie Nazaka after her hire as the department’s director.

Mayor Craig and U.S. Small Business Administration honor National Small Business Week

Manchester Mayor Joyce Craig was joined Monday by U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) New England Regional Administrator Mike Vlacich and SBA New Hampshire District Administrator Amy Bassett to share a proclamation on behalf of the City of Manchester honoring National Small Business Week.