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Eric K May Tue 23, 2017 8:23 pm
Will check it out when I get a chance.
Though the chief gives a presentation in regards to revocation what about at the start of the process when Mr. Davis was looking for approval at the beginning?
I guess you have to kill someone or destroy a neighborhood and maybe the town will take a course of action.
Arastus, could you give me the start date of meetings between Mr. Davis and bos?
goodguy May Tue 23, 2017 6:51 pm
Found today downtown. See the Marshfield Police to recover it.
Vlad_Rap May Tue 23, 2017 10:26 am
The Charter Review Committee - A.K.A. Robbin's Raiders - thinks that we want a 5-person board of selectmen SO BADLY that some people may vote for the changes in such a package - even if it means the foolish concession/surrender of the elected positions.

I'd be really wary about trading a board of even ten stuffed suits for depleted rights for town residents. That is particularly true when giving up those rights, means allowing a town manager to make unilateral decisions about town owned property and town zoning without the input of residents through Town Meeting.

I used to be all for Charter Review until I realized that in a one party state, like Massachusetts, the realignment of power never works out to the benefit of the residents. What would be our recourse when things start going wrong? Complain to the Attorney General's office? What a sad joke.

We need a real way to hold officials legally responsible written into any Charter change and I don't think that is possible.
arastus May Tue 23, 2017 9:32 am
I'm not adversed to giving credit were credit is required to our town government and services. Today, in the early morning hours of 5/23, a water main broke on Ocean Street, Brant Rock. those of us waking in the early morning hours awoke to no water were a bit inconvenienced in our morning rituals and preparations, but service quickly, and obviously efficiently, repaired and restored by 8:15 AM, so down time around 5 hours?? THANK YOU Marshfield DPW!
specialties May Mon 22, 2017 3:08 pm
Joseph May Sun 21, 2017 4:03 pm
specialties May Sat 20, 2017 10:14 am
:lol: Rave on...

You have no conception of handling the Trumpster... I liked Ike and now the Trump...

All else is very kinky, a lie, or crooked news... Get over yourself...
clickdiffford May Fri 19, 2017 12:42 pm
I wonder when and if the Brant Rock Market will start selling beer and wine. Hopefully not anytime soon. :oops:
HokieAl May Fri 19, 2017 10:22 am
Mac66 wrote:
According to the UMass report, Pilgrim Station offers good paying jobs to a skilled and specialized workforce. Those jobs, said presenter Jennifer Stromsten, pay higher wages than the state median. According to the report, The average weekly wage at Pilgrim Station is more than double the average wage in Plymouth. Pilgrim, she said, employees about 600 people, while creating about 600 secondary jobs in the area. Most of the plant’s employees, she said, live in the area and spend their money here. Plymouth itself is home to 190 of those workers.

Add maybe 300 town jobs cut due to tax shortfall.

Where is the 100K number coming from?

I was told that no one there makes less than 100K per year.
Carson May Thu 18, 2017 5:30 pm
Joseph wrote:From another published story on the most recent small jet crash:

"Connie Bovino, chairwoman of Hackensack’s condo and co-op advisory board, said she has been concerned about low-flying planes for some time. She favors a flight path that takes planes south along the Route 17 corridor, which she said would be less hazardous.

“We’re concerned with the high-rises; we’re concerned with the hospital and the schools … they’re going over lower and lower,” Bovino said. “It’s a shame that something like this has to happen before they realize we’ve got to make changes. It’s crazy.”" ... 323499001/

This could be Marshfield. Or rather - it's only a matter of time.
Then, MAYBE, the 'yea-sayers' at town meeting, and those in the Chamber of Commerce and Jim Cantwell will maybe, possibly reflect on their decisions to support or push for the EXPANSION of Marshfield airport.

Imagine, overriding environmental regulations and common sense in order to JAM an EXPANDED ENLARGED airport into an environmentally sensitive and very important area- including into a Residential R-1 Zone - to cater to a very few rich people?

Marshfield Airport MUST be closed. To serve the interests of the residents and taxpayers the land must be used for housing, recreation, agriculture and conservation.

Have always said it is just a matter of time.
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