There are bond issues on the ballot on Tuesday in Manchester and Windsor, with the future of a water system, and an athletic facility at stake.
In Manchester, the Select Board is urging voters to approve borrowing $1.2 million. That money would be used to replace more than a mile of water mains on East Manchester Road. Some parts of that system are 110 years old, according to town officials.
Meanwhile in Windsor, the high school’s athletic director has been trying to round up support for a proposed asphalt track and upgraded athletic facility. That proposal lost by one vote at Town Meeting last month. It’s back on the ballot tomorrow, at the same cost, $575,000. Approval would mean a three-cent rise in property taxes in the first year, and less later on.