Manchester board won't make decision on disputed alley access.
Aldermen tabled the petitions in June, urging both sides to negotiate an arrangement that never came together before the petitions came back up before the Board at its meeting Oct. 15.
"I'm not sure where we're going to go from here," Dupont said Saturday. "The decision of the board was the decision. I don't really want to comment on it one way or the other."While the decision leaves Dupont's project in a bit of limbo, it was not necessarily a setback.
"We want to see the city developed as well," said attorney Linda Connell, who represents neighboring property owners George and Phyllis Zioze. "We share that interest. We're really trying to relieve some complexity here."
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