Candidates' answers in this guide appear as submitted in response to a nonpartisan questionnaire. All candidates in a town were asked the same questions.
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Where and when to vote
Registered voters can cast their ballots from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Town Hall, 3208 York St.
Who is running?
Six candidates are for three council seats: incumbent Charlotte Collett; and challengers Christopher D'Amario, Douglas E. Myers; Kathryn L. Riley; Ray Unger; and Rob Yingling.
Questions for the candidates
Each candidate was asked the following questions:
1. What, if anything, should the town do about parking problems on Main Street?
2. Should the town government increase pay for municipal employees?
3. As Manchester grows, should the Town Council consider raising the property tax rate?
4. What is Manchester's biggest problem, and how would you solve it?