Builder’s Manchester dorm plan runs into aldermen's resistance
At the end of a lengthy discussion, Jim Vitas, VMD chief executive, said he will go through the formal process if he must.
“It’s too quick, too fast,” said committee Chairman Ed Osborne, who stressed the project will have an impact on the downtown. “It’s still a big question mark here. Which way do we want Manchester to grow?”firstname.lastname@example.org
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