Anagnost: Out-of-staters need not apply

February 2009
New Hampshire Business Review;2/27/2009, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p29
The article focuses on the intention of Dick Anagnost, developer of Elliot at River's Edge project in Manchester, to hire workers only in New Hampshire for the construction project. He says that he considers bids from companies that agree to use suppliers, laborers and subcontractors in the state because he wants to help the local economy. The project will include medical offices, commercial and residential buildings.


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