My friend Bob Thomas is running for Mayor of Weymouth and he would be an excellent mayor. He’s smart. He not only knows what’s wrong with Weymouth, he knows how to fix what’s wrong. He’s been knocking on doors for the past 7 months and if he doesn’t win, then people wll get another 4 years of Mayor Sue Kay, who threw the Tinytown Gazette out of the Whipple Center last year because she didn’t want senior citizens to become confused over our editorials.
Un-officials say the AG’s office thinks the selectmen, at their June 21 meeting, may have made “conditional” appointments to the Conservation Commission and if this should be the AG’s finding, Debbie Cook, Sarah Charron and Dick Karoff would be reseated and James Marten (now vice chairman of the commission) along with James Gilman and Alex Koines would step down.
John Stanbrook, recently appointed Cohasset Town Accountant and Director of Finance, will return to his old job in Mansfield at the end of the month, according to Town Manager Mike Coughlin.
Cohasset’s Ted Car, Selectman Chairman, announced his run for re-election to the Board of Selectmen in a 4AM e-mail on 9/28.
Susan Kent and ConCom petitioners went fishing at the Cohasset Selectmen’s Sept. 27th meeting and returned with many interesting things.
Cohasset Selectmen afforded petitioners upset over their replacement of Conservation Commission members over one hour of face time at their 9/20 meeting. Over the past week, petitioners have been discussing what kind of an investigation of selectmen they wish to pursue. They will be meeting with Selectmen at Tuesday’s meeting (Sept. 27) to continue the…
The Town of Cohasset was informed by the Attorney General, Business and Labor Bureau, that the Cohasset Sewer Commission had indeed failed to comply with competitive bidding laws and that for the ensuing year, the Attorney General will monitor construction procurement undertaken by the Sewer Commission starting October 1, 2011.
It’s really sad that maybe all of this Cat Dam stuff could have been a misunderstanding of THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN. Three of them, anyway.
Stephen Brown at Cat Dam – click on script at left to see poor quality movie. We are working on this, trying to enter the modern age. by Tanna Kasperowicz Greg DeCesare of the Mass Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) met with all parties involved in the Cat Dam NOI and the appeal of that…
The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) will do a site review of Cohasset’s Cat Dam on Thursday, Sept. 8 at 2:30 p.m. (low tide). Hopefully, the selectmen in their wisdom have have asked Cohasset Police to assist with crowd control.