What does it all mean?

Well, the verdict speaks for itself.  But I want to point out that there are close to  more than 1,000 hits on the blog today, so no matter where you come down on this issue, it goes to show that people are interested when information is made available.  Here’s hoping that as the town turns the page on this, it will be a thoroughly transparent process.

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4 Responses to What does it all mean?

  1. Tom Bickford says:

    Your coverage of this trial has been excellent. You have taken complex engineering and legal issues and explained them in a way that most of us can understand. Thank you for taking the time to read and translate the court filings, to attend the trial, and then write down your observations for the rest of us to read each night.
    I hope that you continue to follow and provide us with both sides town affairs.
    Tom Bickford

  2. suzanne ryan says:

    Your blog with More than 1,000 hits showed huge interest and just think how many news papers
    could have been sold if they had covered this very serious topic…oh well it would not have been
    covered from both sides with such detail and lack of bias for sure.
    Please keep us all posted, one would think this is not over.

  3. wolfeblog says:

    To be fair, there are a lot of people who would argue that “lack of bias” point. I have an opinion about what happened, and though I try to put out the facts, I cannot help but color them with the hues of my opinion. It’s similar to the editorial opinions that manifest themselves in the pages of the Grunter. After all, the intent is to provide another point of view. One fundamental difference between a blog and a newspaper is that the blog tries to publish the background documents so the reader can investigate and form their own opinion.

  4. Walter Spellman says:

    As a taxpayer, rate payer, and an observer of small town governing I have to add my thanks to you for the time and dedication to detail you provided to so many of your readers during this complicated legal event. It is a shame our local fish wrapper either didn’t think this was front page news on an on-going basis or was “persuaded” that folks can’t understand it so lets dedicate the column space to more deserving events, whatever they may be.

    I agree with Mrs. Ryan that WP will utilize the appeal process and I think we all understand that will require more time and legal fees before the Town of Wolfeboro sees any award.

    I also think that going forward whatever solution is finally arrived at for a permanent solution to our RIB needs that NHDES will put everything and everyone, the Town and the contractor, under the microscope to ensure that the fix is unquestionable in it’s integrity and performance. I don’t think they enjoy trying to assess blame when they are an overseeing body.

    On behalf of many of us I hope you continue to keep updating the blog as to the final resolution of this event and any future effects it may have on our public works infrastructure.

    Walter Spellman

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