Manchester council OKs annexation of 2.75 acres

May 12, 1994

The Manchester Town Council has approved the annexation of 2.75 acres owned by Robert T. Scott.

Dr. Scott, an orthodontist, said he intends to develop the property and 5 adjacent acres he owns into a retirement community.

The retirement community likely will offer transportation services, shelter care and a center to dispense medications to residents, Dr. Scott said. But it will not be large enough to offer cafeteria services, he said.

"We're way overdue for a retirement community in Manchester," Councilwoman Charlotte B. Collett said.

Council again fails to name replacement

Same song, different verse.

Manchester council members again failed Tuesday night to appoint a replacement for former Councilman Robert Kolodziejski, who resigned in March.

For the third time, Chris D'Amario and Charlotte B. Collett squared off against Kathryn L. Riley and Douglas E. Myers in 2-2 votes for Marion Nash, Ray Unger, Michael Stiepler and Robin Yingling.

Ms. Riley and Mr. Myers nominated Ms. Nash; and Mr. D'Amario and Ms. Collett nominated the other three. No other town residents have expressed interest in the position.

After the four votes were taken, Mayor Earl A. J. "Tim" Warehime Jr. shook his head in disbelief. He had publicly scolded the council last month for not resolving their differences and for not finding a new council member.

"Well, we'll press on," he said.

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