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Ryan G. Belanger

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The Pinardville Business Association

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The Pinardville Business Association

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The Goffstown News Archives, Aug. 16, 2001

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Pinardville resident Ryan Belanger said he has received the mailings from Manchester for several years.Belanger said it was "immoral" for Manchester to send Goffstown residents auto registrations, and he has refused to pay them.Belanger, president of the Pinardville Business Association, opposed the move towards one zip code for the town, at the time saying that the Manchester zip code attracted business from the city.


The Goffstown News Archives, Aug. 17, 2000

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"From a business standpoint, it is better for businesses to keep their Manchester address," said Ryan Belanger, owner of Alternative Bike Shop.Belanger, also president of the Pinardville Business Association, said he couldn't speak for the group but a lot of businesses wanted to keep their Manchester address to continue drawing business from the Queen City.Selectman Phil D'Avanza said the fire and police departments have concerns."We still have health and safety issues," said D'Avanza, adding, "Other towns did not have to base it (changing a ZIP code) on a survey."


The Goffstown News Archives, Aug. 17, 2000

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"From a business standpoint, it is better for businesses to keep their Manchester address," said Ryan Belanger, owner of Alternative Bike Shop.Belanger, also president of the Pinardville Business Association, said he couldn't speak for the group but a lot of businesses wanted to keep their Manchester address to continue drawing business from the Queen City.


The Goffstown News Archives, March 2, 2000

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"We have a long way to go but we have come a long way," said Ryan Belanger, chairman of the Pinardville Business Association.Belanger said they hope to have the crosswalks re-striped with thermoplastic striping to make them more visible to drivers and pedestrians.


The Goffstown News Archives, Nov. 11, 1999

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Ryan Belanger, chairman of the Pinardville Business Association, said the group wants to be a part of Goffstown and not set apart from it.


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