Monthly Archives: October 2012

Cohasset Selectmen have several options

Cohasset Selectmen have written an illegal contract with Michael Milanoski. They know they have done this. I know they have done this. The question is what do they do about it? Last Thursday night Select Vice Chair Diane Kennedy said: “We’re between a rock and a hard place,” which means she thinks they have nowhere…

I am embarassed by Cohasset Selectmen

We have a BoS that doesn’t understand its role, has little if any regard for process and procedure, seeks to legitimize its illegal actions by revising our governing law after-the-fact, and now needs ‘do-overs’ because it can’t do one simple task: correctly post a meeting. 

Mystery Memo adds drama to contract negotiations

Three Selectmen met for a quick 10 minutes Thursday night to re-vote a press release into circulation because they had not correctly posted their meeting a week ago.  A week ago Selectmen voted 5-0 to issue the press release.  At this week’s meeting Selectman Martha Gjesteby voted no. Select Vice Chair Diane Kennedy and Selectmen…

Cohasset Selectmen Do-Over

Last Friday at 5 p.m. Cohasset Selectmen attempted to vote on a press release about what they were doing with regard to Mike Milanoski’s extended illegal Town Manager’s contract. They will attempt the same feat Thursday, Oct. 26th at 7 p.m. This week it appears to be posted correctly.  It will be interesting to see…

Mike Coughlin has some questions – so do we all

(Editor’s note: this will be Mike Coughlin’s last blog, as he is proceeding with legal action against the town.)  By Mike Coughlin In this week’s Mariner… Union President Pat Reardon makes the following statement           “We brought forth a list of allegations backed up by evidence and a thorough investigation.  …

Selectmen’s Friday Night Special

 Lots of puzzled e-mails asking what the Cohasset Selectmen’s strange, illegal Friday Night Special Meeting was all about. It’s all about Michael. What else can we do for Michael?

Selectmen have not yet signed Milanoski’s extension

This is how the Selectmen posted their meeting for a Friday at 5:00 p.m. on the Town’s website. Note that no topic of discussion is provided. Double click image below to enlarge.   What information must meeting notices contain? Meeting notices must be posted in a legible, easily understandable format; contain the date, time and…