At the Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce quarterly Manchester division Zoom meeting Wednesday morning, local business owners and town officials looked ahead to the "holidays" with a new eye for working together creatively to keep seasonal traditions alive with a balanced hand on public safety and supporting local retailers and restaurants.
While still over eight months away from the start of the FY22 Fiscal year, work is getting underway on crafting the budget for next year. We are likely to be still feeling the impacts of the pandemic but to what degree is hard to predict with much certainty.
Troop 3 Star Scout Jackson Surette is pictured here with his renovated the flag drop box outside the Legion as a community service project.
40B Public Presentation: Save the date, on October 29 starting at 7 p.m. there will be a virtual public presentation on the proposed 40B project by the developer. More details to come.
From 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Saturday, October 24, the Manchester Police Department will host a Community Drug Take Back Day, which will take place behind the police department near the garage.
After three years of success, The Women’s Fund of Essex County announced it renewed funding for its scholarship program, called The Support for Single Mother’s Fund at North Shore Community College. The program provides $75,000 to The North Shore Community College Foundation.
The 22nd Annual Manchester Essex Rotary Club / Landing Restaurant Golf Tournament was held October 6th at the Meadows Golf Course in Peabody and raised over $6,000 for the Manchester Essex Scholarship fund, thank you to all of the 83 golfers who participated on this beautiful October day.
The Manchester Board of Assessors has received Preliminary Certification from the Massachusetts Department of Revenue on the new assessments proposed for FY2021, according to Ginny N. Thompson, principal assessor for Manchester-by-the-Sea.