Thumbs up: Manchester is better and safer now that it has a new building housing town offices and the town police station. A ceremony, dedication and tour were held Sunday and the new facility drew rave reviews for its location, its aesthetics and, most important, the way it should help the Manchester police force. Police chief John Hess Jr. said he "loves it." "When I came here three years ago, the police department we had was not up to date," Hess said. Hess said the new building helps officers conduct private interviews and it includes video capability in key spots. "We have the best interview and interrogation rooms in the county," Hess said. During the dedication, Mayor Ryan Warner said despite the delay in construction, the facility is "a building that can be the face of the town for the next 40 to 50 years."