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Jun 6, 2016 4:14 PM

Non-residents could face increased annual fee at Manchester senior center

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MANCHESTER – Non-residents looking to use the Manchester senior center could face higher annual fees, pending the outcome of a Tuesday night vote.

The new fees at the William B. Cashin Senior Center would cost non-residents $25 annually starting July 1 if the Manchester Board of Alderman votes to approve the increase at their 7:30 p.m. meeting in City Hall, according to the Union Leader.

Senior Services Director Gail Senno told the Union Leader the cost increase will “give people in surrounding towns the opportunity to give back to the city of Manchester for use of the senior center.”

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