A nice going away present for the soon to be former GM would be a GPS.
Mr. Triner did a real quick exit. My assumption is he was waiting for that opportunity and Lincoln Andrews presented it to him. Poof!
Seems Mr. Granahan and Mr. Murphy would make a great song and dance team the way they were dancing around. Gene Kelly and Tommy Tune could not do any better.
I get the feeling that as information and potential improprieties were brought to the attention of the board is was the first time some of them were even aware of what was going on. Triner and Granahan appear to have carte blanche in running the show.
Middleboro to Boxborough is about an hour. Grab a freaking cup of coffee and do the drive.
Mr. Ranahan appeared very apprehensive about supporting votes that appeared to be negative towards Mr. Granahan. He reminded me of a student afraid of the principal (Granahan). Seemed toi be taking a quick glance looking for approval.
You know how I just love lawyers but in the pecking order at that meeting Adam Bond had it all over the Billy Flynn that the MG&E doles out $350 per hour for. Seems like for that they go to a website and print out a contract for you. And they only give advice if you ask specific advice? Amazing!
That meeting should be played for the next GM and a copy given to him/her.
Seems a member of Team Evasive is Ms. Richter.
What in the world is Lands End Outfitters doing for MG&E? Is Ms. Richter getting a collection of stylish coveralls? I saw a few others with that pegged into their charge cards.
On their charge cards they pay yearly fees? LMAO! Get them waived!
Steve McKinnon attempted to get a yes or no answer from Mr. Granahan. But in great Tommy Tune fashion he tap danced away from it.
About ten years ago on the Bandera Highway in Texas I hit a deer. I always remember the look on the face of that deer as my car hit it. Mr. Granahan had that same look. The police mercifully put the deer down. Draw any conclusion you wish with that.
This meeting was really a slam dunk. The MG&E really had nothing to bring to the table. Mr. Triner and Mr. Granahan were toast before the pledge started. Maybe they should have played taps? The Commissioners knew the death knell early on. Mike Solimini showed the end result of a lot of hard work and rustling feathers.
No right turn on red is emblazoned on signs at the perilous intersection of Routes 105/28 but there is an exception. The Middleboro police. At about 8:15 on 3/14 a cruiser (license #142) took such a turn but I will give the officer some slack since we were going to the same destination - the drive thru at McDonald’s. I guess being in a black and white gives you a personal exemption that the rest of us do not enjoy.
What is especially aggravating about the above is the occasional revenue enhancement that takes place just a bit down the road. At the intersection of Wood St. and Route 28 is a traffic light with a no turn on red as you come to the lights with the condo units on your right. About a 100 yards away is a turnout on 28 where a cruiser occasionally sets up shop to nap the unsuspecting. And, no, I have never been victimized by this tactic but have seen others get nabbed for some revenue enhancement.
My wife - The Lovely Cynthia - and I were having a conversation on how we change through the years. Unfortunately I said “There is so much more to you these days.” Bad - very bad - choice of words. A strategic beep….beep….beep failed. She would not buy into the “personal growth” angle…oops…there I go again! I may have to go to Lands End and buy her a nice outfit.
How much would it cost to maintain the Greenway in Boston if it was put out to private landscaping bids?
Mayor Mumbles didn’t appreciate the sarcasm in how the BTU approached his demand that teachers work and additional thirty minutes without pay. They hired a plane and handed out leaflets stating city hall would now close at 6PM rather than 5:30PM.
State workers in Massachusetts receive more paid holidays than any other state workers in the whole country!