Monthly Archives: September 2014

Settlement signed

Today I received word from the Town Manager that a settlement agreement has been signed. Bob:  In response to your previous Right-to-Know law request to see a copy of the signed settlement agreement between the Town and Wright-Pierce Engineers, I … Continue reading

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No deal yet

After two days of avoiding the question, the town has finally responded to my specific RSA 91-A questions: Bob: Good morning. To definitively answer your question of yesterday of whether the settlement agreement has been signed yet, the answer is … Continue reading

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Done deal?

Since the end of August, we have been hearing about settlement activity with Wright-Pierce.  First the Selectmen announced that a deal was eminent.  Then two meetings ago on September 3, the Selectmen announced that a settlement had been reached and … Continue reading

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Stupid is as stupid does

In the remake of The Graduate, to be filmed on location in Wolfeboro, the buzzword will be updated from “plastics” to “drip irrigation”.  OK, that’s two words. Tune in to any recent Selectmen’s meeting and listen to them talk about … Continue reading

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Go back Jack and do it again

Those Wright-Pierce guys are looking smarter by the day. At the trial, the town mocked a “windshield survey” that they had done prior to suggesting to the town that they investigate constructing a RIB system.  WPs guys defended themselves by … Continue reading

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Now What?

Surely the settlement of $7.5 million with Wright-Pierce Engineers marks a milestone and a change of direction in the town’s sewer plight.  No doubt it unburdens Wright-Pierce as well, notwithstanding the huge financial impact it will have on them.  But … Continue reading

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Settlement announced in RIB lawsuit

Tonight, the Selectmen announced a settlement in the RIB lawsuit.  I missed the actual announcement, but will be sure to tune in to the replay tomorrow, and try to get a copy of the agreement through right-to-know  I’m told that … Continue reading

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Conference with the Judge

Yesterday, the court conducted a brief (5 minute) teleconference with the lead attorneys.  This was not the regular monthly conference.  That was scheduled for September 9. Aside from logging the call,  the docket provides no insight into the subject except … Continue reading

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