Henry Avenue Project, $118K Plus in Road Repairs Before Manchester Aldermen
Monday, the Manchester Board of Aldermen will discuss the new Scotty's Fresh Produce, spending more than $118,000 on street repairs and likely vote on applying for a grant for the Henry Avenue project. View the full agenda here.
The Manchester Board of Aldermen is set to meet Monday night.
Among items on the agenda, aldermen are set to discuss spending more than $118,694 on repairs to Glan Tai and Big Bend Woods roads.
They will also hear from the owner of Scotty's Fresh Produce Market and Deli who just opened a second location in Manchester. As previously reported by Patch, Scotty's owner Mark Sgroi opened the store this month.
(Read Previous Story: Scotty's Produce Plans March Opening in Manchester)
Aldermen are also set to vote on authorizing the city engineer to apply for a grant to fund approximately 80 percent of the Henry Avenue road improvement plan estimated to cost $712,500. If the grant is received, the city's portion of the project would be approximately $142,500.
For more details on Monday's meeting see the agenda and supporting documents included in the PDF portion of this article.
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