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Erika Brown

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The ME Rotary Club’s Run For The Roses Kentucky Derby party at the American Legion in 2019, before COVID.  Next month, the auction event is ba…

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When Manchester took up the business of six articles at a Special Town Meeting at the ME Regional High School last fall, 228 residents checked in, and everything seemed normal.  Then, after the meeting was over and the vote was tallied, a significant deviation emerged that is driving changes in how things will be run at April 25th's Annual Town Meeting.

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There seem to be certain “themes” that are cycling into 2022.  One of them is “trees.”  It began last year, when, on the municipal front, Manchester adopted a comprehensive “tree policy” offering a first pass of formal regulation of public trees (defined as those on town property or abutting public Rights Of Way) and historic trees (called “heritage trees”) with a base or trunk circumference of 32 inches or greater are be protected regardless of where they live, whether on public or private land. 

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