Monthly Archives: December 2011

Reality check

Four years ago, after we blew $500,000 on the failed article 9 restoration, some

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A little imagination

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You may have noticed the new header picture at the top of the blog.  It shows before/after images of a potential new town office building a block away from BMH on our town property on Lehner St.  The images of … Continue reading

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Roofer madness

So we all read the Grunter editorial responding to a concerned citizen

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Roll your own

Here’s the original estimate (CCI Estimate) submitted for

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$200,000 well spent?

Today I got copies of some of the documents that you saw the Selectmen using in deliberating their latest Brewster Hall warrant article.

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Town Hall Warrant

I’ve been remiss at attending BOS meetings, but thanks to the

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The blame has no home

Someone has pointed out a new post on a local forum that piles onto my criticism of the tax rate issue by reinforcing the

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Off the charts

Hit stats for today were nearly double the previous highs.

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Mr. Bowers weighs in

Last night I received an email from Mr. Bowers.

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Grunter to the rescue!

In predictable fashion, the editor of our local paper took up his pen to

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Dave Bowers thinks a $15 tax rate would be OK

Over the past year, it has been hard to figure exactly where Selectman Bowers is coming from.  

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A good RIBbing

Yesterday I attended an informational tour of the town’s RIB (Rapid Infiltration Bed).

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