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Sal's Place Restaurant 

A Sad and Troubling Story

My name is Michela Carew-Murphy and I am the eldest daughter of the family who has taken over Sal's Place.I write this letter reluctantly as my mother, Siobhan, is an immensely private person and growing up in rural Ireland, she was always taught to live and let live, that is, that you should keep your head down, work hard and quietly go about your own business which she has always instilled in my two sisters and myself.

However, she also taught us to stand up for what is right and to be true to ourselves and that ethos makes me feel obligated to stop the perpetuating of rumours that continue to plague the reopening of Sal's.

This summer was supposed to be a joyful homecoming for our family. My mother first came to Provincetown in 1981 at the age of 17 after getting on a boat in Boston Harbour, looking for an adventure with no idea of her destination. Immediately upon disembarking from the ferry, she fell in love with Provincetown for the same reasons that I imagine many of you did. The landscape, the community, and the uniqueness of the quaint fishing village cum artist colony called to her wild spirit and she was hooked. When she married and had children, she continued to come here, and my sisters and I revelled in the independence we had in this little piece of paradise, spending our days at the west end racing club or walking "downtown" to dive off the pier for tourists, collecting quarters and spending our bounty at the penny patch. My middle sister, Ciara, was even born here, 27 years ago, in the tiny little waterfront cottage we rented behind 47 commercial street.

It had always been my mother's dream to open a restaurant in Provincetown, but the right opportunity had never come along, until last summer. My sister's godfather, who had been a chef at Sal's Place and now owns his own restaurant in town told my mother about the sale of Sal's Place and this long saga began. When we met Lora Papestas and her son Alexander, it seemed like fate. Lora had raised Alexander in the restaurant, as we ourselves had been raised in our family's restaurants in Boston and we were (and remain) so excited to continue the proud legacy of such a historic and beautiful place.

In an article posted in today's Banner, entitled "Doors Remain Shut at Sal's Place", our neighbour, David Beraducci, attempted to paint my mother as an ungracious and unhelpful neighbour whose difficult behaviour has soured the relationship between ourselves and our fellow condo owners when that could be not be further from the truth. The relationship was soured before we even took ownership of Sal's, as our neighbour, Greg Connors, who purchased 101 Commercial Street from Lora in June of 2014 petitioned the town to stop Sal's, a restaurant that has been operating for over five decades from reopening. When his appeals were denied by the town, he filed suit against my mother and Lora in land court, outrageously claiming that the restaurant had been closed when he purchased "Home at Last" and he had been promised it would NEVER reopen, despite the fact that a quick Google search can show anyone that not only did the restaurant remain open throughout the 2014 season when he bought his house, but Sal's Place continued to be listed for sale as a restaurant until we purchased in in February 2016.

I only wish that was where the difficulty ended. When we came down in March to begin the process of cleaning the restaurant to get it open for Memorial Day, we were dismayed and distraught to see that not only had the iconic grapevines that covered the entrance to the property and it's accompanying trellis been ripped down without our permission, but the company hired jointly by our "friendly neighbours" in the pier units, David Beraducci, Brian Rafenelli and Mark Walsh as well Greg Connors at 101 Commercial had torn out our deck (and outdoor seating) again without notice or permission. Despite this bad introduction, we believed them when they committed to having the deck rebuilt by April 15 and we watched as the days turned into weeks, and the weeks into months and still, we wait for the deck. We allowed the company, Cape Cod Docks, whom they had hired to repair the wharf access to our property, for them to drag and drive heavy machinery and tools and lumber across our property for months and months, at our detriment, as we awaited our deck to be put back.

Needless to say, it is July 21, and there is no sign of our deck. Furthermore, the pier unit owners accessed our personal storage lockers without notice or permission to install backflow preventers that I can only assume they thought were too unsightly too be placed on their own property, as countless experts have said there is no reason whatsoever for them not to be placed by their cabins. When we locked our lockers to prevent further unauthorised work on our property, Mr. Beraducci attempted to break in to them using a screwdriver and when confronted by a member of our family, told him to "just shut up and get out of the way" and attempted to instruct the plumber he had contracted to continue the work despite it's illegality. All of this work had been done either without permits or on expired permits, for which to date, there have been no repercussions from the town or its appropriate bodies.

When work on the back wharf was finally forced to cease, the bullying continued, with Mark Walsh telling my mother, "it's after July 4th and you're not open, you have no friends in this town." While we might not be as politically connected as our neighbours, Mr. Walsh was certainly wrong about us not having friends, as the outpouring of support that we have received from the community in Provincetown has been immense and some small solace in this difficult time.

While my mother would prefer if I remained silent as she still believes that good will prevail despite our neighbours continuing to attempt to thwart all of our efforts to open, I can not stand idly by as the narrative is manipulated by those who wish to use it for their own personal gain.

This ordeal has cost our family greatly, both financially and emotionally but our love for Provincetown and her residents and visitors will not be tarnished by the actions of the few who believe that the rules do not apply to them and that the truth doesn't matter. However, I can no longer stand by as these wolves in sheep's clothing continue to manipulate and bully and I cannot stay silent any longer.

I would like to thank from the bottom of my heart all of our neighbours and well wishers who have written letters or come by with good wishes and we cannot wait to welcome you all to Sal's when we open.

Sal's Place is Finally Open!

Great Food, Great Service,

Great Atmosphere

Like Old Times  


Sal's Place Letter - Notice of Intent

Mr. David Panagore, Town Manager

Town of Provincetown

Via Email to:

Dear Mr. Panagore:

Siobhan Carew has directed me to inform the Town of Provincetown that I am working in the capacity as her building and zoning consultant and as her Agent on matters pertaining to 99 Commercial Street.

A copy of the condominium documents that clearly show controlling interest of 99 Commercial Street in favor of MS Carew is on file with the Town Of Provincetown and is also available at the Barnstable County Registry of Deeds.

I ask that you forward this email to all Town of Provincetown Departments so as to inform them of my relationship with MS Carew.

Please inform all Town of Provincetown employees not to trespass onto 99 Commercial Street without my permission unless in case of emergency (fire/ambulance/police matter).

All requests with a stated reason and statutory authority to trespass onto 99 Commercial Street by employees of the Town of Provincetown onto 99 Commercial Street shall be in writing and no trespass will be allowed unless reviewed and approved by me. Access may be granted subject to my or a representative from my office being on site at time of entry.

Email or facsimile request for entry onto 99 Commercial Street is sufficient as a method of communication to my office with a copy of the email request send also to MS Carew at

Should any Town of Provincetown employees seek entrance to 99 Commercial Street after this warning, it would be only by the Town of Provincetown seeking a warrant in a court of competent jurisdiction with sufficient statutory notice to the property owner for reasons of entry onto the private property located at 99 Commercial Street notwithstanding any Massachusetts General Law that allows specific Officers of the Court (Certified Building Official/Certified Health Officer, etc.) to enter the property in performance of their statutory duties.

It appears that Town of Provincetown employee(s) have been working in concert with a local plumber that has performed un-permitted/un-inspected work at 99 Commercial Street. The un-permitted/un-inspected work will be brought to the attention of Massachusetts Officials that regulate plumbing and gas fitting work as it appears that the Town of Provincetown has not enforced the Massachusetts State Plumbing Code at 99 Commercial Street. The work that has taken place involves potable water and building sewerage connections that may endanger lives if not done per the requirements of the Massachusetts State Plumbing Code. A request will be made for a State Plumbing Inspector to take charge of all plumbing and gas inspections in the Town of Provincetown.

An additional request for enforcement will be made to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for un-permitted/unsafe electrical work that has taken place at 99 Commercial Street.

Additional complaints will be made before other Massachusetts and Federal Regulatory Departments, Boards and Commissions for other work that the Town of Provincetown has allowed to take place  at 99 Commercial Street and 101 Commercial Street contrary to local, state and federal laws and regulations.
The complaints will cite specific employees of the Town of Provincetown with detailed charges of either misfeasance and/or malfeasance in the performance of their duties and overstepping the bounds of their positions with the Town of Provincetown causing great financial and stressful harm to MS Carew.

It has come to my attention that the owner of 101 Commercial Street may be building a masonry retaining wall at the border of 99-101 Commercial Street. No retaining walls construction located on the 99-101 Commercial Street lot line was included in any approvals granted by the Town of Provincetown. The walls construction is required to meet the requirements of the Massachusetts State Building Code, including flood plain regulations with a base of the wall below the frost line (4') and any wall footing located on the owner of 101 Commercial Street's property. A building permit is required to be applied for and issued prior to the construction of the wall after all regulatory approvals are granted and an As-Built survey plan is required upon completion of the walls construction. A plot plan prepared by a Massachusetts Registered Professional Land Surveyor is required as part of the building permit application as is the approval of the Historic District Commission, the Conservation Commission and the Zoning Board of Appeals. MS Carew has not granted permission for the owner of 101 Commercial Street to trespass onto 99 Commercial Street for any construction work.

It has also come to my attention in reviewing Town of Provincetown records that no As-Build plans prepared by a Massachusetts Registered Professional Land Surveyor are on file for the work that took place at 99 and 101 Commercial Street. The Land Surveyors plans would show that the structures are built at the locations approved by the various Town of Provincetown Boards and Commissions and at the heights required by FEMA Regulations. Violation of FEMA Regulations could jeopardize the Town of Provincetown's Flood Plain Insurance coverage should the structures be found not to be built per FEMA and Massachusetts State Building Code Regulations. Your Building Commissioner should immediately notify the owner of 101 Commercial Street and the owners of 99 Commercial Street that demolished and rebuilt a pier/wharf of this issue and its severity.

The reconstructed pier/wharf at 99 Commercial Street may also be in violation of other Massachusetts laws and regulation as the destruction and reconstruction of the pier/wharf is not considered maintenance under MGL Chapter 91. In addition, any structures moved off and back onto the pier/wharf must meet the requirements of 780CMR,Eight Edition for new structures.


Matthias J. Mulvey, CBO, CET

Building and Zoning Consultant

28 Edgeworth Street

Weymouth, Massachusetts 02189

Telephone: (781) 331-0043

Facsimile: (781) 331-0085


Click Here to Witness the On Going Saga at Sal's Place Aug 30 2016. The Town Made an Attempt to Forcibly Trespass On to Private Property. The illegal Attempt was Successfully Opposed by the Owner and Her Daughter, With Child In Hand. Who Authorized This? Where is the Town Manager? This matter will only be settled in State and Federal Courts.....The Town Will Lose


Below is an E-mail communication which is one of  approximately 909 received under the Freedom of  Information Act Concerning Sal's Place:

"Available for pick up in my office is a DVD containing the emails responsive to your public records request dated June 27, 2016.  As you will recall, approximately 1800 emails were identified as potentially responsive to your request.  You are being provided with approximately 909 emails. Approximately 866 were determined to be non-responsive to the request.  Such items included mass mailing emails, emails that included “Sal’s Place” in internal listings of businesses and/or licensed premises in town, numerous (approximately 165) internal emails that concerned routine preparation and posting of board meeting agendas and minutes, and communications not related to the items you identified in your public records request.   An additional 80 emails are being withheld because they are non-responsive and/or also protected under the attorney-client privilege (see Suffolk Construction v. DCAM, 449 Mass. 444, 449-450 (2007)).  Those emails involve exchanges between Town Counsel and town employees, between 11/26/2014 and 6/27/16, and it is the Town’s position that those communications that were made in confidence, for purposes of soliciting legal advice, and that the Town has not waived the attorney-client privilege with respect to such communications..............................................................................................

Thank you.

Doug Johnstone

Town Clerk"





From: Alfred Famiglietti (Conservation Commission)
To: Gloria McPherson
Cc: Dennis Minsky CC-Chr

Subject: Re: 99 Commercial St SE 058-0517 4/16/13-emerency meeting today
Date: Friday, June 24, 2016 3:40:57 PM

In addition to below that I sent you earlier, I researched further in the Town Data
base and the Mass DEP. Only one of the Pier Condo owners, DAVID BERADUCCI,
filed the NOI,and was mentioned in the Order of Conditions, no-one else, not even
the whole condo name or even on behalf of Laura Papetes, the original owner at the
time who held 78.2% of the condo that was mentioned. The WPA - Order of
Conditions w/ DEP # 058-0517 states that the piers can be reconstructed “by barge
only”, not by beach access. And was approved on 03/05/2013,by the CC and voted
that the piers be replaced only by barge and specifically, by only ONE barge at a
time, at high tide only to perform the work. All debris hauled to beach for disposal.
Any shellfish beds disrupted, need to be replaced. This is specifically stated and
refers the reader of the ORDER OF CONDITIONS to refer to The Minutes of
the Conservation Commission dated 03/05/2013 for further details, which I
basically wrote above. They re in the Town Archives, but I can;t find the original
NOI at all, anywhere, in MassDEP or Ptown archives on line, so I can’t be 100%
So, this is curious!!!!

Also, nowhere in the Condo Docs / Master Deed in the Mass records online - book
26702, page 197- “Nathanial Hopkins Condominiums at Union Wharf does
it state that any one of the individual condo owners can act on their own unless
there is a 75% or greater approval.
This would have meant (I’m guessing here) that
Laura Papetses, (the original owner and condo converter-possessing 78.2%) must
have allowed the dock restoration, blah, blah and all that happened……????? or this
guy, David Beraducci, an individual condo owner on the deck, who’s only name is on
the NOI and WPA and referenced in the CC Minutes, is referenced, not any of the
other owners nor even the Condo name itself. Therefore he could have acted alone,
going outside Condo Doc rules……..???? Did anyone research or even think of that.
That’s why I said all of them need to show up.

Also at The November 17, 2015 Zoning Board of Appeals on Ptown, FY-16-07, it
was approved for him to go ahead with the work. and it was also mentioned in the
ZBA in October 2015 also.
So there you have it. We should get a copy of the NOI.

Also, who really commissioned the original work and agreed for who would pay, the
Condo $ or individual condo owners for their part of the project only? Maybe it’s not
just the purview of the woman who appeared today who can be sited in this,
especially where the greatest percent holder was not on the original documents. The
question is can any owner start the ball rolling, especially where owner transfer is
involved, and Laura Papetses, the original greatest percent holder wasn’t mentioned
on any document discussed or submitted, nor was the Condo itself represented.

Maybe this is over kill, but are we and sorry, (LOL) the ZBA, at fault for not investing
who David Beraducci is / was and what power he acted on?

Just some grist for the mill….!
Let me know your thoughts.
If this is true then a new NOI w/ the new lady’s name needs to be submitted
Don’t forget if you have time to send me the O of C and the NOI
Thanks! Alfred 


On Jun 24, 2016, at 1:05 PM, Alfred Famiglietti
<> wrote:

Hi Gloria,
I was wondering about the process for a new NOI. I assume that there
will be some disagreement between the individual condominium owners
concerning the new application. Can an individual owner in an association
submit their own application? If not, or if an owner tries to submit an
application, are we responsible for verifying what is allowed in the
association rules. 78% does not necessarily mean that she has full
authority to act for the association. For example, in our condo association
some changes require an 85% vote.

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Friday, September 23, 2016

Re: Victor Depaulo - What's up?

"I stopped going there [to Victors] when he started his destruction on West Vine, which still continues."

We stopped going even earlier, when he failed to keep his word about staying open in the winter, in exchange for which the town had given him breaks on parking spaces, etc.
1:04 pm edt 

Re: Town Planner - Not Competent

Ok, if there are supporters out there, can someone tell me of the projects that have been a success under her guidance? We can all point fingers to what she did wrong but what has she done right? If the pros and cons can't be balanced, there's a problem. Too many cons and she has to go.
8:50 am edt 

Re: Town Planner - Not Competent

The town manager has no problem with the town planner.   That's good enough for me.  The writer of all the attacks is just jealous of the town planner.
8:47 am edt 

Re: Town Planner - Not Competent

The town planner must stay

She is literally the only person in town hall you can go talk to and get a straight answer about anything. Without her it's impossible to meet with someone and actually walk away with a plan of action. She doesn't let petty, short-sighted feuds and egos get in the way of looking at the big picture. She loves the town, wants nothing but the best for us, and she does her best -- in a very competent, fair way -- to help good things happen.

Those of you saying Maxine did a great job seem to think the town planner as the same job that Maxine had? That shows how you don't really know what you're talking about.
8:46 am edt 

Re: Victor Depaulo - What's up?

I was wondering about Victor's restaurant and tourists going there who do not know the story. Then I recently saw 2 long time locals going into the restaurant. Why would anyone eat there, or work there, knowing he tried to murder his husband? I stopped going there when he started his destruction on West Vine, which still continues.
8:43 am edt 

Re: Town Manager is Totally Out of Touch

"The advertising for First light is horrendous- how embarrassing for the organizers of First Light, shows how out of touch town manager is."

Here's one I agree with, don't advertise for the current year using last year's ads and dates.  It does look inept.
8:41 am edt 

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Re: Town Manager is Totally Out of Touch

The Town Manager is constantly hiding behind his staff. What does he do all  day besides posting on Face Book.
He is more like a Town Booster than a leader. 
12:09 pm edt 

Town Manager is Totally Out of Touch

The advertising for First light is horrendous- how embarrassing for the organizers of First Light, shows how out of touch town manager is.
12:04 pm edt 

Re: Town Planner - Not Competent

"1) Why do you care about a degree?  How does it matter?  Lots of disbarred lawyers have degrees.
2) Every town gets sued all the time by developers who use this as part of the game.  Nothing unusual.
3) Combative or adversarial?
4)365 is a subversive group? Really?"
1. The Public Advertisement  for the position required a degree. This was the standard by which all applicants were rated. As for your comment about disbarred lawyers it is best that I not render my thoughts to print, it would be impolite.
2. The  issue has great relevance, when the cause of the law suits are due to the incompetency and maleficence of the Town  Planner. I refer you to the HDC meeting of September  21, 2016. You can see for yourself on PTV.
3. She has a very combative relationship with the ZBA and HDC. Further to the point, it was revealed during the HDC meeting of September 21, 2016, that the HDC as a board has filed a formal legal complaint against her, expressing a complete loss of confidence, and demand her removal as staff liaison. Office staff downstairs at town hall find her extremely disruptive and vulgar and most developers find her biased and difficult. She has made Provincetown a very unfriendly place for new business startups.
4. 365 is not subversive. However, the Town Planners attempt to throttle the will of the Town Manager and BOS her superiors  through 365 is subversive
I am certain that others can contribute to this list. She must go!
11:50 am edt 

Re: Town Planner - Not Competent

"Her lacking a degree in Urban Planning is not an opinion. It's a fact!
Her actions resulting in law suits against the town is not an opinion. It's a fact!
Her combative relationships with various board Chairmen as seen on PTV is not an opinion. It's a fact!
Her attempt to subvert the BOS/Town Manager through the establishment of the 365 group is not an opinion. It's a fact!............etc etc. "

1) Why do you care about a degree?  How does it matter?  Lots of disbarred lawyers have degrees.
2) Every town gets sued all the time by developers who use this as part of the game.  Nothing unusual.
3) Combative or adversarial?
4)365 is a subversive group? Really?
11:06 am edt 

Re: Town Planner - Not Competent

My list of things the Town Planner has really screwed up:

1. Pissed off business owners all along Shank Painter in an attempt to add planters in front of driveways.
2. Put so many roadblocks in front of development of Michael Shay's property that we now have another Old Reliable Restaurant in town.
3. Put those stupid plastic barriers in front of Tedeschi's, that one was pure genius.
4. Messed with the new owners of Sal's

Why do we need this person. Maxine was amazing and knew what the hell she was doing. Do not renew her contract and save us money.
11:02 am edt 

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Re: Town Planner - Not Competent

Thanks for the list. there's much there to Ponder

this is not casual. The list of "thinigs wrong" with McPherson need to be looked at. She is, it appears, in short, a problem child.
12:08 pm edt 

Re: Sal's Place

I heard that at last nights Conservation Commission meeting, it was announced during public statements that the Town Planner is being personally sued by Sal's Place restaurant and that the town will also be sued.
10:19 am edt 

Re: Victor Depaulo - What's up?

What has happened to the Depaulo case? Wasn't it to be heard in early September?
9:51 am edt 

Re: CVS Coming?

Looking forward to CVS applying for permission to open at the Riley's t shirt shop. This should be a fun one to watch!
9:50 am edt 

Re: Town Planner - Not Competent

'This is a partial list generated in response to your request:

·        No Formal Degree in Urban Planning, which was a requirement for employment

·        Lacks any strategic planning skills, which is a core competency required of an Urban Planner (Big Picture)

·        Failure to demonstrate competency in her capacity as Town Planner to implement tactical implementation of developed programs (for which she is supposed to recommend)

·        Demonstrated sophomoric capacity to model e.g. she proposed using the Town of Amherst as Provincetowns template 

·        Failure to Produce the Local Comprehensive Plan, which was her first priority when hired

·        Inappropriate relationship with a Selectman, which potentially involves a conflict of interest

·        Not recusing  herself in matters where she had a contractual conflict of interest

·        Never declaring her potential conflicts of interest

·        Opposing the Board of Selectmen (to whom she is subordinate) in favor of developers e.g. 350 Bradford Street 40B application

·        Applied  for Assistant Town Administrator for Wellfleet after having accepted employment in Provincetown only a few months earlier (they were wise  not selected)

·        Injecting herself in matters beyond her purview e.g. conservation, historic district, health department , zoning

·        Creation of the 365 Group to Supersede the Authority of the BOS/Town Manager

·        Used town resources to promote her 365 Group creation

·        Attempting to assume the leadership of town management through the lack of any intersession on the part of the Town Manager, who appears to be quite disengaged

·        Continually attempts to overrule the Fire Chief in matters of safety on behalf of developers

·        Using the Planning Board to supersede the mandated authority of the Zoning Board of Appeals

·        Failure to provide support services to the various boards (refusal to assume the role of support staff)  as opposed to attempting to assume leadership e.g. constant clashes with the Zoning board of appeals and Historic District Commission

·        Initiated deleterious actions, which have brought about legal actions against the town

·        Failure to timely notify boards of matters of importance

·        750 cubic yard limitation, with no reasonable substantiation as to the need for the change

·        Shank Painter Curb Cut traffic planning fiasco

·        Shank Painter Bike Shop (Stop Work Order)

·        Tedeschis Curb Cut fiasco (Stop Work Order)

·        Street Lighting Over regulation Proposal

·        Practices selective enforcement of regulations e.g. Sals Place, Yolk, 99 Bradford Street Units 1,2 and 3 (Construction with no Permits), Crown and Anchor, Joon Bar, Strangers and Saints, Spindler's etc.

·        Demonstrated acute favoritism for specific developers and contractors

·        Recommends the use of specific designers to building applicants'

What you call facts others may call opinion.  Is 365 a subversive group.  Are you Joe McCarthy?  What you call a fiasco others may call good work looking out for us.

You seem to think that she has all this power but she has none without the support of BOS and TM.  Who says that she needs a degree.  Only competence.  This list has a couple of "facts"  Mostly BS.  Want an example of the BS? "Initiated deleterious actions, which have brought about legal actions against the town".  Deleterious?  In whose opinion?  Oh!  Yours.  Got it.  Towns get sued all the time.  Donald Trump sues everybody who ever gets in his way.  This is what developers and others who can afford it do to get their way.

9:47 am edt 

Re: Sal's Place

I too was glad to see Sal's Restaurant finally open &'sorry to see it close so soon! My guess,under their late seasonal allowance to open,local staff had to find other employment,so for the remainder of the season,the owner,in order to satisfy her license,had to open. She brought her Boston staff from her other Boston business to work here & let them stay in her upstairs Condos,which then couldn't be rented for addt'l income! THis town did them a terrible disservice in attempt of closing them forever!! The owners under unjust circumstances for their survival, did their best to do what they had to do! EVeryone that ate there loved them,their super food ,for how they were forced to comply! Congrats to them all! Hopefully next year will better! This is my opinion by observation!
9:45 am edt 

Re: Town Planner - Not Competent

"Her lacking a degree in Urban Planning is not an opinion. It's a fact!"

It may or may not be a fact, I haven't seen her resume.  But it's your opinion that it matters.   Many, many professionals have a degree in something other than their field of work.  They became experts in their field by years of experience in their field. Etc., etc.

What is a fact is that you personally don't like her.  She's not my favorite person in the world, but that doesn't matter, I'm not about to go on attack against her. 

Town staff shouldn't be a voodoo doll for you or anyone else.  They are human beings and deserve to be treated with respect.
9:43 am edt 

Re: Town Planner - Not Competent

"So much written against the town planner was merely one person's OPINION.  With the exception of the inappropriate relationship with a selectman, the rest are opinions."
Her lacking a degree in Urban Planning is not an opinion. It's a fact!
Her actions resulting in law suits against the town is not an opinion. It's a fact!
Her combative relationships with various board Chairmen as seen on PTV is not an opinion. It's a fact!
Her attempt to subvert the BOS/Town Manager through the establishment of the 365 group is not an opinion. It's a fact!............etc etc.  
7:50 am edt 

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Re: VSB Bully

I've heard the VSB bully is being looked at for some violations of federal laws by two government agencies. He should probably start cleaning up his own act instead of trashing others
10:26 pm edt 

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