Bryce’s experience as Chair of the city Planning Board has proven to be a tremendous benefit for Manchester. His extensive knowledge of the zoning and planning regulations as well as his desire to ask questions and have conversations with concerned residents and stakeholders exhibits only some of his skills that would be a huge asset to the city as the Ward 1 Alderman. READ MORE
Unlike some other New Hampshire cities and towns, a Manchester selectman is not a policy maker akin to our Board of Aldermen. They are the people who ensure that voting laws and policies are followed to enable every voter the opportunity to feel their votes are securely cast and that they are counted.
New Hampshire Council on Developmental Disabilities solicits Request for Proposals for demonstration grants that address the needs of individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families. READ MORE
The New Hampshire Council on Developmental Disabilities provides funds of up to $500 for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities to attain technology and/or technology services that serve to eliminate barriers to participating fully in advocacy and leadership, as well as attending remote meetings. READ MORE
The number of people in this state who are working toward finding real solutions to end homeless instability and the number of grassroots organizations who have stepped-up to plug the holes that our current structural systems are unable to fill, makes me feel hopeful. However, if we are not including people with disabilities in solution-based decision making, we are losing the most important voices in this discussion and continuing to marginalize people in our community. READ MORE
Everyone is welcome at the Accessible Black Lives Matter Protest hosted by Juliana Good and Deb Opramolla, this Friday, June 26, 2020. The event begins at North Church in Portsmouth, NH at 3:00 pm. ASL READ MORE