Tanna Kasperowicz

Selectmen want Ethics to decide on DeCaprio’s possible conflict

Qualification I reported earlier in the day on Jan. 31 that Sass-Macquarie of New York was a majority stockholder in Crow Point Partners, Hingham (formerly Scituate). I reported this because I was concerned that the Chairman of the Cohasset Water Commission, Peter DeCaprio, who is a partner at Crow Point Partners, was in conflict of…

Coughlin says Town will not pay special water counsel

Breaking news…late Friday afternoon, January 27, 2012 Cohasset Water Commission Chairman Peter DeCaprio and his board have been informed by Town Manager Mike Coughlin that the Town will not process any payment for an attorney water commissioners hired to process an RFP for commissioners regarding a 20-year consignment lease for the water department. Town Counsel…

Cohasset TM continues to be bullied

Below is a series of E-mails between Cohasset Cap Budget  and the Cohasset Town Manager. Cohasset Selectmen are all CC-ed…all watching their town manager being assaulted before their very eyes. What this blogger has observed is that Cap Budget and Advisory want to keep the Town Manager hopp’n…. meeting with him ad nauseum, whether there…

Cohasset Town Manager still under seige

Drinking at the Water Commission Meeting and other Horrible Things  By Tanna Kasperowicz Brace yourselves for another wild and wooly selectmen’s meeting tonight 9 (tonight is Tuesday, January 24) as the power struggle between the Town Manager and Cap budget and Advisors continues.

Mike Coughlin 10 – Budget Planning 0

Team Cohasset with its bright new director of finance, Mary Gallagher, gave a stunning sunny-day presentation to selectmen at their Jan. 17th. meeting. Hip Hip Hooray!  The good news will warm all of us through June and beyond. Avalon and the Cook Estate are responsible for new growth, and will continue to be so in…

Tinytown Gazette endorses Newt Gingrich

Newt Gingrich is a Pennsylvania guy and I am partial to them, having been raised there and then having married one. I like their tenor voices. They’re very warm and buttery ––like Pennsylvania fields in the spring.

An editorial with something for everyone

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.

Cohasset Selectmen may have messed up again

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.

Cohasset Town Accountant Resigns

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.