DeLuca to fight for job

Double click on the letter above to read. by Mike Coughlin, former Cohasset town manager Although the Red Sox are not in the play offs,  it’s still October and the rule of three strikes and you are out applies. For Mr. Sjoberg and the so called complete investigation into Chief Deluca,  it’s about time an…

Coh Governance Interviews Carol St. Pierre

Town Clerk Carol St. Pierre interviewed with Governance last Thursday to discuss with them why her position should remain elected.  “Why would you change it?” St. Pierre asked the board. “I’ve been in the office (Town Clerk) for 15 years, but I’ve only served as Town Clerk for the past year and a half. Seventy…

Cohasset Citizens should demand new DeLuca investigation

by Mike Coughlin, former Cohasset Town Manager From the point of transparency, I make no apologies that Mark Deluca is a friend of mine. But make no mistake, it is also my belief that he and others have suffered terribly by the simple fact that they supported me as Town Manager. Even before today’s bombshell,…

Selectmen Hire Sex Videographer to Investigate Police Chief DeLuca

by Alice in Wonderland Do you know who Cohasset Selectmen hired to investigate Decorated Cohasset Police Chief Mark DeLuca? Let Alice tell you: a former Weymouth Police Officer who was fired for SECRETLY videotaping sex acts with women and offering them to fellow officers. Rightfully fired by the Weymouth Chief, Weymouth Police Officer Richard Sjoberg…

Comments on Carlson interview on Our Town

Noteworthy in BoS Chair Paul Carlson’s statements on Our Town was his reference to “having trouble getting financial information”; this didn’t keep him from stating unequivocally that the problem in the Water Department stemmed from a “perfect storm” of a wet summer and an economic downturn that forestalled anticipated new revenues. To call this a…

Coh ConCom to continue Ford Hearing without the Fords

At its October 4, Conservation voted to continue the 559 Jerusalem Road hearing at its Oct. 18th meeting, in spite of the fact that the Fords have withdrawn their request for reconsideration of its request for a wetlands permit and are presently on a Norfolk Superior Court track.  Does this sound weird?  Are there not…