Monthly Archives: July 2014

Getting warm

This week’s editorial in the Grunter portrays my position in the RIB lawsuit more accurately than last week, but there are still some pretty important points that need to be corrected. While much has been made of a 600,000 gallon … Continue reading

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Grunter chimes in

The editorial in the Grunter this week is telling in it’s almost knee jerk defense of the town dogma regarding the RIB lawsuit.  But that’s not the point.  My letter doesn’t question the merits of the lawsuit, who’s to blame, … Continue reading

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Winners and Losers

The last official statement the Selectmen made to the public regarding the RIB lawsuit was an announcement of the favorable verdict in the trial back in May. Since then, a lot has happened, and I’ve tried to cover it in … Continue reading

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Month to month

That’s apparently how the RIB lawsuit will be monitored going forward.  Yesterday, the  court conducted a conference in chambers with the two parties.  The only result published in the docket was a notice of a follow up telephone conference scheduled … Continue reading

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Reality check

Today, the parties filed a  joint motion to indefinitely stay further proceedings  in the RIB lawsuit.  They are effectively freezing all legal activity indefinitely while they try to work out a settlement.  In the motion they state that settlement talks … Continue reading

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