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 show. He refused to consider the ridiculously conceived plan.
We should all consider the background and experience of the five people at that table. Dave has been a builder and code enforcement officer for many years. He has more experience with buildings, contractors, and projects than the other four combined. He got something like 85% of the vote when he was elected. Sarah Silk got 66% last March in an uncontested run.
Someday, one of the rubber stamp four is going to shock me and ask a serious question about one of these plans, or heaven forbid, vote to demand something reasonable. Meanwhile, only Dave seems to notice that the King has no Clothes.