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A group of extremely dedicated and hardworking citizens of our fair town has produced a very viable and timely plan to acquire and put into place in perpetuity by May, 29 units of affordable housing that already exist in our village but have not been so categorized.

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In his recent op-ed piece (What You Haven’t Been Told: We Don’t Have a Revenue Problem, We Have a Spending Problem, February 19), William G. Shipman argues that Manchester has a spending problem. Given Mr. Shipman’s 48-year perspective and his past service to this community, his opinions and proposals merit consideration. After evaluating Mr. Shipman’s analysis, I offer a different perspective.

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Is the Manchester that has been entrusted to us since the 17th century at risk of disappearing?  Ed Corley’s "Manchester-by-the Sea”, once an idyllic, self-reliant seaside village, is the target of a worrisome number of State and quasi-State programs, products, grants and regionalization initiatives making their way through our Town boards and committees.