Retiring Member to Serve on Transit Authority

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Alan Goode is set to retire at the end of this year after 37 years working for the state. The Queen City resident was recently confirmed to serve a two-year term as a commissioner on the Manchester Transit Authority.

Manchester Aldermen Confirm Alan Goode to Two-Year Term

Alan Goode, a longtime state employee and SEA member, was recently confirmed by the Manchester Board of Aldermen to a two-year term as a commissioner on the board of the Manchester Transit Authority.

The Queen City native is set to retire at year’s end, and has a long history of public service, having worked for the Insurance Department for 37 years and having served as a 1st lieutenant in the U.S. Army field artillery. In this new role, he said he was looking forward to contributing on the local level.

“I wanted to get involved in community service,” Goode said. “And, public transportation and school bus transportation are very important functions.”

“This gives me an opportunity to give back to the South-Central New Hampshire region,” Goode said.

The Manchester Transit Authority was established by the state of New Hampshire on May 1, 1973. The Transit Authority operates both fixed route and pupil transportation for the City of Manchester. The Manchester Transit Authority’s bus service travels throughout Manchester, providing connections to Nashua and Concord for commuters.

 

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