MANCHESTER, NH – Alderman Norm Gamache on July 5 announced he will run for a fourth term as Ward 11 Alderman.
“As a lifelong resident of the Queen City, no one knows the issues or the people of the west side better than me,” said three-term Alderman Norm Gamache. “My phone rings daily with concerns about Manchester and problems to solve. I promise a continued focus on constituent services because our city is meant to serve the people first.”
“Our community requires a renewed focus on the quality of life, which begins with city services. As Alderman, I strive for the best of our public safety, public works and public education system to deliver results for our families,” said Gamache. “Our mission in this election is to address both our faults and strengths as we continue to build a brighter Manchester for our children and grandchildren.”
Norm Gamache has live in Manchester’s Ward 11 his entire life – 79 years and counting – and is a U.S. Air Force Veteran. Gamache retired from the Manchester Fire Department at the rank of District Chief after 33 years of service to the Queen City. He and his wife Arlene have been married 56 years.