Sen Gregg; Mayor Guinta; other city and business officials to discuss Granite Street project

MANCHESTER ( August 23, 2007 ) – At 1:30 p.m. on Monday, August 27, 2007, U.S. Sen. Judd Gregg will be speaking about the Granite Street widening project. Mayor Frank Guinta, along with members of the Board of Aldermen, city and private officials involved in the project, and city business leaders will be on hand to discuss the project and the effect they see it having on Manchester.

“This is an important project, not just for Manchester, but for the region and New Hampshire as a whole,” Mayor Guinta said. “Sen. Gregg’s office was able to secure needed funds for this project, which will be an incentive for economic development for this part of Manchester. It is a worthwhile endeavor and I am looking forward to its completion.”

The meeting will be held at the deck of Jillian’s Bar and Grill;
50 Philippe Cote Drive


There will also be a tour of the bridge area. The entire event should take about 30 minutes. Sen. Gregg, Mayor Guinta and others will be available to answer questions.