Mayor Gatsas & Rich(Hour 3a, b, c)

(Hour 3a) Mayor Ted Gatsas covered a lot of ground with us this morning on health benefits for elected officials, cost-cutting measures at the Board of Mayor & Aldermen and residency requirements for City employees.

Read more about last night’s meeting in the On Air News Read

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(Hour 3b) Five months into the budget year, we’re still waiting for those cost-cutting moves to City services that many Manchester Aldermen claimed would be a priority.¬† Will they ever actually act?

Mayor Gatsas addressed potential conflicts of interest involving Union contributions and the ongoing contract negotiations with City Teachers.

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(Hour 3c) Mayor Gatsas had an in-depth discussion with Rich on economic development vs. environmental concerns and the exciting “off the charts” attendance rates for STEAM Ahead NH.

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