Mr. Buetow is not alone in his confusion over the facts. In response, the Amesbury Carriage Alliance will soon launch an informational webpage, to be hosted by the Chamber of Commerce, and a survey for the benefit of our city councilors. On Wednesday, April 3, at 7 p.m. we will also hold an Information Night & Public Forum at the Senior Center, where people can hear from the mayor’s office and other passionate supporters.
In closing, with the expected support of the Amesbury City Council, the Amesbury Carriage Alliance believes continued redevelopment of the Lower Millyard will lead to improved quality of life for all Amesbury residents — with little-to-no budgetary impact — thanks to an ardent mayoral plan, devoted citizens, an active business community and anticipated reimbursements at the state and federal level. We ask for a favorable vote of this investment to bring us closer to hosting a regional waterfront hub of recreation, history, commerce, information and opportunity that will help to lower taxes and contribute to the city’s economy for years to come.
Amesbury Carriage Alliance