Thoughtfully & systematically is how we’ve updated Manchester’s infrastructure.

This is a process that has proven to be successful and we will continue with it.

  • Gained unanimous support from the Board of Mayor and Aldermen for the Manchester Municipal Complex which centralized city operations allowing for resource sharing, centralized operations and cost savings.
  • Led the effort to convert the cities street lighting system to LED. Manchester was the first community in the state to make this conversion at a savings of $600,000 to the city taxpayers.
  • Brought forward and provided funding for the Annual Road Replacement Fund. This is a five year $18m plan for road repair.  In FY2016 the city will see over 20 miles of road improvements throughout the Queen City.
  • Centralized all city fleet management operations to the Manchester Municipal Complex.  Today, fleet maintenance can easily measure inventory, track maintenance, effectively share resources and reduce costs.
  • Redeveloped Odd Fellows hall in the center city which has created an anchor for neighborhood revitalization and safety.