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Milansoki’s peition articles shot down by Cohasset advisors

Advisor chair Peter Pescatore said town counsel had advised the committee that if there were a local bylaw, the State Ethics Commission would remove itself from any investigation of charges.Cohasset advisors voted 5-1 (George Chamillard was in favor) against both citizen petition articles submitted by Mike Milanoski, former Cohasset acting town manger and current Carver…

Is it possible to eat well on SNAP? I say yes.

It’s possible to eat well on SNAP’s limited budget, but it’s helpful to have a nutritionist tell you what not to buy – like processed orange juice. Freshly squeezed lime juice in water is less expensive Although lime juice has almost 5gms of sugar in it, it does not significantly contribute to the calories. It…

Carver Town Administrator petitions Cohasset Annual Town Meeting

Let’s hope Annual Town Meeting doesn’t bite on this poisoned bait. Cohasset resident and Carver Town Administrator Mike Milanoski has submitted two citizens petitions for Cohasset’s April 28th Annual Town Meeting.  The first petition would amend the bylaws as follows:  “In addition to and consistent with state law, patronage is not a tolerated practice in Cohasset.…

Cohasset wedding stories from yesteryear

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Outside weddings continue to be bones of contention in Cohasset, MAYears ago, the Caleb Lothrop house on Summer Street was owned by the Cohasset Historical commission. Almost every weekend during the late spring, summer and early fall a wedding was held at the Lothrop House. Sometimes there were two weddings. And not just an outside…

Cohasset Advisors vote against bundling anticipated funds with FY 13 budget

Cohasset advisors are taking a long, hard look at Article 1 on the Nov. 23rd Special Town Meeting Warrant. The other 6 articles were unanimously approved after brief discussion. Four selectmen attended the meeting. A motion by advisor Tanya Bodell at the conclusion of the discussion showed that advisors are unanimous in supporting Article 1…

The Gaumer Doctrine – another twist in the search for a Cohasset town manager

Selectman Steve Gaumer, in a six-page document to his board, proposed that the majority of the board give up its majority vote and agree to a supermajority vote for the purpose of  “removing personal bias preventing an otherwise qualified [town manager) candidate from proceeding.” This begs everyone’s nitwittedness. Gaumer is proposing that a supermajority  (4…