Cohasset Selectmen file complaint against Gjesteby

Selectwoman Martha Gjesteby will return the favor… On Tuesday Cohasset Selectmen voted to turn in Selectman Martha Gjesteby to the Attorney General for having allegedly violated the criminal conflict of interest law by sharing a confidential ”privileged” document with a member of the public. Directly after selectmen voted to turn in Gjesteby she turned the…

Cohasset Selectmen hold love fest for Milanoski

This is becoming so, so predictable.  Whenever the Selectmen gather their remaining supporters en masse – an apparent attempt to show public support – get ready to be sold a bill of goods. This was the less than carefully orchestrated attempt to, once again, sell Milanoski to Cohasset residents as the perfect choice for Town…

Cohasset Selectmen Meet tonight at 7

The Cohasset Board of Selectmen has definitely come down a peg or two in the past week. Actually, there are no more pegs left to come down. Former Cohasset Selectman Ted Carr was caught going to the state trough too many times and got “bumped” by State Auditor Suzanne Bump. Your board of selectmen is…

State Auditor wants Ted Carr to repay $

Former Cohasset Selectman Ted Carr, who is being sued by former Cohasset town manager Mike Coughlin for having violated the Massachusetts Whistleblower Statute, the terms of the Cohasset Town Manager Enabling Statute and the Mass. Open Meeting Law, now has State Auditor Suzanne Bump barking up his tree. According to third party reports, Bump has…

Milanoski quotes wrong law in agenda & other stuff

A quick look at the now cancelled Cohasset’s Selectmen’s agenda for Jan. 2 shows that the 7:25 p.m. agenda item was referenced as pertaining to Mass General Law 268A that deals with the conflict of interest law. The agenda item was as follows: Discussion of unauthorized release (MGL 268A) confidential / attorney client privileged information…

Milanoski cancels Jan. 2nd meeting

Sometime during the afternoon of Dec. 31st., Cohasset’s illegal town manager cancelled the board’s Jan. 2nd. meeting at which the following was scheduled to be discussed. It is assumed that the subjects to be considered on the Jan. 2 warrant will now be deferred to the Jan. 8th regularly scheduled meeting. Those subjects were, all…