About Town with NHBR: NeighborWorks Greater Manchester



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NeighborWorks Greater Manchester hosts a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of The Townhomes at Mallard Place, a $3 million development project that created 16 affordable rental units in Hooksett. Pictured at the ceremony are Robert Tourigny, NeighborWorks executive director; John Deloia, Eckman Construction; John Jordan, John S. Jordan Design; Steve Webb, president, TD Bank New Hampshire; Dean Christon, executive director, New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority; Gregory Carson, U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development; State Rep. David Boutin, Hooksett; Pam Slack, Office of U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen; Congressman Frank Guinta; Angie Pizzolato, Northern New England Housing Investment Fund; Susan Terzakis, Office of Sen. Kelly Ayotte; Ken Viscarello, Sheehan Phinney Bass + Green; and Anthony Marino, chair of the NeighborWorks board of directors.


 

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