Monthly Archives: November 2012

Dave’s looking pretty smart

Yesterday’s post exposes the plan that was used to justify the $4 million commitment to Brewster Hall restoration that was jammed into the CIP.  Anybody who watched the Oct 17 Selectmen’s meeting saw that Dave Senecal wasn’t impressed with the … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a plan

Last week I received my latest batch of documents obtained under the Right to Know law.  Now I have the details of the latest $4 million plan to restore Brewster Hall. Here they are: That’s it folks.  That’s what the … Continue reading

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Fortunately, people aren’t as dumb as the Grunter thinks.

From the minutes of the Oct 17, 2012 Board of Selectmen’s meeting: It was moved by Chuck Storm for the Wolfeboro Board of Selectmen to support the proposal for renovations to Brewster Memorial Hall as presented at this meeting. Dave … Continue reading

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Let’s not Trash Public Opinion

As usual, the editor has gone over the top in cheer-leading for the Selectmen’s Brewster Hall plans. He discredits the voter rejection of their agenda last March by saying that only 29% voted. There’s an old saying: “Decisions are made … Continue reading

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Sugar Coated

You gotta love the front page story in the Grunter headed “Wolfeboro 2012 tax rate up 3.6%”.  Ho-hum, so taxes are up, so what’s new?  The story goes on to completely obfuscate then spin the news with arbitrary factoids:  It’s … Continue reading

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Taking out the Trash

You may recall last March there were some questions on the ballot that asked your opinion on some Town Hall issues. The stated intent was to inform a discussion going forward to try to resolve the Town Office/Brewster Hall stalemate. … Continue reading

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Outsourced Government

Though I’ve never seen it in print, I’ve heard Joyce Davis say it a few times: The mission of the Friends of Town Hall is to restore Brewster Memorial Hall for use as Town Offices. Last March, the voters were … Continue reading

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Almost over

Many visitors to the blog were offended by my posting of commentary on the national issues, so I’ve taken a break and let the dust settle on it’s own.  For the past two weeks, it’s been looking more and more … Continue reading

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