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"Real liberty is neither found in despotism or the extremes of democracy, but in moderate governments.
About an hour and fourteen minutes into part 2, Carter said he's moving forward with a feasibility study for the proposed gym. Warrant Article 13, specifically says site study NOT feasibility study. The Legislative Body voted for a site study but the Town Administrator indicated he's going forward with a feasibility study. Surely the Selectmen don't support this.
Carter is a paid employee of the town, serves at he pleasure of the BOS.. ( except he wrote his iron-bound contract ) and should not have an opinion or position on any capital project. His antics in trying to sell us mud pond were way over the top. His partisan stance on sidewalks nearly cost us a million$$. The States Landing Beach rebuild has ballooned to a million $$ He is disregarding the master plan, and any other survey or study that does not endorse his agenda. The tax payers are tired of having to be in a defensive position, all the time, to have sanity at town hall. We need a fair and neutral administrator to assist the BOS. The Big Spender must go.
Boy, sure was a lot of pixie dust being sprinkled around by the Recreation Director at this meeting. When is the public going to get some real numbers from the Recreation Director?PSThere were 2 older adults who attended last weeks art class at the Recreation Center....2. The after school program that runs Monday-Friday typically has between 3-6. Her buildings not adequate? How much more room does she need?
Hummm...Yes, I've noticed there are quite a few "adults" in town suffering from the Peter Pan syndrome.
As long as 3 selectmen think she can do no wrong there will be no change or attempt at accountability. Guess which 3 are protecting her?
There are THREE gymnasiums sitting empty all summer long! It is high time that an arrangement be made to accommodate the rec. department's summer camping needs for a 6 week period! Funds could come from the rec. dept. to defray maintenance costs, janitorial services, etc. Perhaps the cleaning and floor refinishing could be scheduled for the last 2 weeks of August. There has to be a way to accomplish this... other districts do it, and it's a much better solution than a new rec. building for a dwindling town population. Try harder, elected officials (school board and BoS).
I can't imagine Superintendent Noyes refusing to work with the recreation department. Allowing our children to use school facilities during summer break is in everyones best interests. Let's have faith in Ms. Noyes ability to make this happen. She is a thoughtful and resourceful Superintendent with a can do attitude.
Refreshing to see a committee interested enough to ask the touch questions and require answers before handing over tax dollars. If department heads can't justify what they're asking for than they don't deserve our dollars. A big thanks to the CIPC.
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