Tanna Kasperowicz

Correcting the commentaries in the Cohasset Mariner

Our response to Selectman Steve Gaumer’s weekly Cohasset Mariner commentary, Sept. 13 Selectmen by bylaw have the legal right to reject any appointment the acting town manager makes. Contrary to Gaumer’s opinion, no additional policy is necessary. Selectman Chair Fred Koed has stated about 20 times over the last 8 months that there should be a…

Cohasset Good Governance group tactics intimidate citizens

Retired selectman Paul Carlson and his Good Governance APPOINT QUILGLEY group are expected to be at the dump this weekend in an effort to gather more signatures. Why didn’t Carlson and retired selectman Lee Jenkins APPOINT QUIGLEY when they were on the board last April? We understand that the Good Governance group will be stationed…

Cohasset Group behind Bill Quigley petition comes forth

This press release was sent to Tinytown Unleashed by Kevin R. McCarthy, new c0-chairman of the Cohasset Governance committee. We are a bit concerned that the group has not registered as a political action committee.   The group singles out ONLY Cohasset Selecman Chair Fred Koed who just happens to be up for  election this…

Response to Jack Keniley’s E-mail to Cohasset Voters

John Edward (Jack) Keniley of Stafford Venturesllc, located at 760 CJC Highway, Cohasset sent an email to Cohasset residents on September 4, asking them to lobby Cohasset Select Chair Fred Koed regarding Acting Police Chief Bill Quigley’s pending appointment. Keniley is a member of the Cohasset Governance committee, the Budget Planning Committee, and is chairman…

Cohasset acting town manager’s eligibility for permanent job questioned

The Collins Center will publish the final Town Manager profile that will be on the Collins center website in the near future, according to selectmen. Cohasset selectmen will review and approve the final draft on-line, after which it will be printed and given to applicants for the position. Selectmen have been told recruitment begins this…