Officials mum on prospective sale of old Manchester police station
On Tuesday, Manchester aldermen listened to an offer and asked for a few small revisions, said Mike Reed, president of Stebbins Commercial Properties, which represents the city in the transaction. He said he’s waiting for papers to be drawn up and signed before he can disclose the terms.
Real estate agent Michael Harrington, who represents the potential buyer, said he can’t identify the buyer or plans for the building until the deal is accepted.
Mayor Ted Gatsas said he doesn’t know what the plans are for the structure, which has been vacant for about a year.
“Its functionality is singularly purposed. It’s a police department; that’s it,” he said.
READER COMMENTS: 36
- Team Obama: Faking right, voting left - 26
- Preventing riots: What should Keene do? - 7
- Politics of choice: A word stripped of its meaning - 13
- Cataldo for Senate: A keeper for District 6 - 0
- What rising tide? Kuster vs. Kennedy - 20
- On Obamacare: Shaheen doesn't get it - 52
- No news is bad news: Hassan goes to CDC school - 9
- No right to know: Our silent superintendent - 2
- Boutin for Senate: Constituent service for District 16 - 5
READER COMMENTS: 0
- NHIAA: Lancers beat South - 0
- College Football: St. Anselm football loses third straight game - 0
- John Habib's City Sports: Tough decisions loom for Legion - 0
- A good first impression - 0
- NHIAA: Exeter keeps Memorial attack at bay - 0
- Windham clinches first with huge win - 0
- NHIAA: Campbell thumps Brady - 0
- NHIAA: Brummett scores 5 for Derryfield - 0
- NHIAA: Souhegan advances in OT - 0
Blackwater verdict stuns NH dad
Making it up: Shameless state Senate attacks
A good first impression
Thieves target cars in Hollis neighborhood