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.
Cohasset Town Manager Mike Coughlin gave his board a 45-minute synopses (August 16 meeting) on what he’s been doing since he started working for the town on August 1. Selectwoman Diane Kennedy said: “You certainly hit the ground running. I can feel the breeze.”
Former selectman Ronnie McMorris dressed down Cohasset Selectmen during their public comment period over petitioners’ disappointment and outrage at selectmen’s firing of three conservation commissioners on July 12
Cohasset Selectmen have scheduled a meeting for August 16, at which they will be presented a petition from numerous P-oed Cohasset residents upset over their appointments and disappointments to the Conservation Commission. It is expected that former selectmen Ronnie McMorris will present the petition.
DEP Accepts Cat Dam Appeal by Tanna Kasperowicz The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) notified petitioners today that they have accepted the appeal (DEP Accepts Cat Dam Appeal) and scheduled a site visit for Thursday, September 1 at 2 p.m. The Town of Cohasset will be represented as the applicant and the Cohasset Conservation Commission…
As of our press time Sunday, approximately 100 petitioners comprised of current and former town officials and citizens planned to protest to Cohasset Selectmen the board’s handling of its recent appointments and disappointments to the conservation commission.
Farrag stays Chair David Farrag has retained his chairmanship of the Cohasset Conservation Commission. Apparently he had the votes and no one challenged him. But Alex Koines came late to the meeting and wondered aloud who was the new chairman. So you know the new, untrained, commissioners were probably thinking about a new chairman. James…