Tanna Kasperowicz

Do we need a Cohasset Dog Park? Lots of questions for Cohasset Water

Cohasset has so many places to walk dogs off-leash that this writer was surprised to learn of the Cohasset selectmen’s active investigation into creating a dog park – normally something you find in a city. Cohasset has hundreds of acres of passive recreation land that is owned by the town, the state, Trustees of Reservations and…

559 Jerusalem Road Project proceeds on a 3-2 Conservation Commission vote

Peter DeCaprio, who has sold his home abutting the Ford property, was present at the meeting with neighbors and the neighbors’ attorney, Michael Rosen of Ruberto, Israel & Weiner, Boston. It is not clear if Rosen is representing the new owners of the DeCaprio property.On a vote of 3-2, the Cohasset Conservation Commission voted in…

Advisors asked Social Service League Some Hard Questions

Glenn Pratt and Marita Carpenter of the Social Service League addressed advisors last night on numerous aspects of the 8,000 sq. ft. senior center that will be ready for occupancy November 1. Paul Kierce, chairman of board of elder affairs said: “This project has been adrift from public for some period of time. We’ve been…

Coughlin deposing Cohasset officials

Coughlin Lawsuit heats upIn answer to many questions to this blog about the Coughlin lawsuit against the town. Former Cohasset town manager Mike Coughlin is now in the process of deposing town officials and former town officials of Cohasset. We have learned that people deposed to date have been Select Chair Diane Kennedy and former…

Cohasset Advisors to hear citizens’ petitions on Senior Center and Gjesteby

Cohasset Elder Affaris and the Cohasset Social Service League have refused to discuss fundraising and budgets with town hallThe Cohasset Advisory meeting on 9/25 at 7 pm, Cohasset Town Hall, might be a sizzler. There is reportedly little joy at town hall about the Cohasset Elder Affairs (CEA) articles for the Nov.17th special town meeting; this is mainly because…

Lichten asks for triple award for Lynn’s John Pace

How will Litchen’s Lynn win affect the tiny minds of the majority of the Cohasset Board of Selectmen? Selectchair Diane Kennedy had one of the largest votes in the history of the town at annual elections 2014; it’s ironic that she may preside over a board that ends up writing some of the biggest checks…

Harold Lichten wins $1M for former Lynn finance officer

Harold Lichten wins $1M for former Lynn finance officerLate today, the Daily Item of Lynn reported that Harold Lichten (the attorney who is handing the  lawsuit of former Cohasset Town Manager Mike Coughlin) won nearly $1M for John Pace, a former finance officer at City Hall. The City of Lynn plans to appeal the award. Attorney’s statements…