Kantor begins Aldermanic tenure

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Crissy Kantor sworn in by City Clerk Matt Normand. Courtesy photo

MANCHESTER, N.H. – After her recent special election victory, Ward 6 Alderman Crissy Kantor began her tenure after being sworn in on Monday morning, with her first official committee hearings on Tuesday.

“It is with great humility and excitement that I step into this role as Ward 6 Alderman,” said Kantor. “I am committed to open dialogue, actively listening to the voices of Ward 6 residents, and working diligently to find innovative solutions to the issues facing our families and small business owners.”
Contact information for Kantor can be found here.

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