Peter DeCaprio’s 10-year water RFP

Well, Peter.

How do we get a copy of the RFP? I think I’ve asked you three times. Is it published on the central register, if so under what dates. Are you holding on to it until after March 7 – I can understand that. But please stop ignoring the question. Please don’t answer it with a diatribe on Bear Hill, or a personal attack on Karen Quigley who has been out of office for almost a year, or some other silly nonsense.

Citizens are wondering what happened to your 20-year concession RFP and what this new 10-Year contract is. I’m speculating that the Inspector General shot your 20-year RFP down, told you the town was a co-author of it, and you quickly got religion and produced a more reasonable (and legal) 10-year RFP. In a large sense of the matter, our town manager in exile, Mike Coughlin, saved your tush.

Who knows, we may even support your 10-year RFP, if your rendering proves true.

In the meantime. We’d really like to see it.

It is a public document.

 

 

 

 

© Copyright 2012 Tanna K, All rights Reserved. Written For: Tinytown Unleashed
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  13 comments for “Peter DeCaprio’s 10-year water RFP

  1. Chris Seebeck
    March 5, 2012 at 11:41 pm

    Ms. Parsons let me clarify you on how the OML works. Peter could have held that meeting without any other water commissioner present and talked all night long without ever posting it. Any one member of the commission can speak to whomever about water related topics. However, since Lee and I attended the meeting it had to be posted as a public meeting which it was – no violation. Peter’s point was that while it had to be posted as a public meeting it was not a regular meeting – only the economics of the RFP were discussed. An exchange of ideas, there was no other business discussed and no votes taken. Had we wanted to be secretive about it, Peter could have conducted the meeting alone and it would never have been posted. But that is not what we did because it was not intended to be secretive. As a matter of fact, Tanna attended and sat about two feet away from me.
    This idea that we meet secretively has perplexed me since I first read Tanna’s completely fraudulent claim that it was happening over the summer. The part that really baffles me is “why would we meet in private?” and for “what purpose?” You make being a water commissioner seem like being a member of the Priory of Sion. It is totally ridiculous. Believe me I have much better things to do with my time, I wish you did to.

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