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SCARBOROUGH MAKES UP RIDICULOUS TIME ESTIMATES TO FIND EMAILS.

CHAPTER 4
April 17, 2014

By Editor:

The higher the resistance to getting any answer, to any FOAA request, and estimating over $3,000 to find some emails is the highest resistance we’ve seen to date, is a great indicator that there is something in the emails that is likely embarrassing and/or illegal.  Now we wonder which is it?

On the weekend of the 12th we asked Yarmouth for all emails concerning a recent contract under consideration.  By Monday at noon FTM had hundreds of pages of documents including what looked like about 1,000 pages of emails from Yarmouth.

Was the charge $3,000?  Was the charge $2,000?  Was the charge $1,000?
No, it wasn’t any of those numbers.  It was FREE!

CAN YOU JUST IMAGINE WHAT MUST BE IN THOSE EMAILS BETWEEN THE CHIEF OF THE SCARBOROUGH POLICE, ROBERT MOULTON, AND THREE WOMEN?

This could possibly be one of the emails, the real emails, not the ones we’ll probably receive from Tody.

Dear (pick a woman’s name, any woman’s name)

Let’s get together at noon and I’ll take us to our special place in South Portland for some fun!!!!!


The first woman to reply gets to be the special date for lunch that day!  The other women get to come to the office to be audited later that night, or so our sources tell us.

If you were Chief would you retire from a job where, you don’t have to wear a uniform, carry a gun, patrol the streets of Scarborough, and your biggest decision every day was who you were going to take to ‘lunch’?  Here’s the best part, the Manager and Council help protect you from coughing up the evidence that would screw up the perfect job for someone that likes to be paid for screwing, according to sources very familiar Moulton.

 


 

SIEMENS’ PERFORMANCE CONTRACTS SEEM TO SCREW CUMBERLAND, YARMOUTH, FALMOUTH, AND EVERY OTHER TOWN AND CITY IN MAINE.

April 14, 2014
By Editor:

Sources report that Siemens has an inside track on a series of contracts involving MILLIONS OF TAXPAYERS DOLLARS going overseas never to be seen in Maine again.

Spending tax dollars by incompetent managers all over the state lends itself to a level of waste FTM didn’t think was possible.  Not a few dollars per contact, but millions of dollars being wasted all over the state, possibly in violation of State law.

Read below to get a taste of what local contractors have to live with trying to do business with local school boards and towns headed by the likes of Dan O’Shea and Barbara Powers.  Be sure to read the email from the Siemens rep to Powers.  Did someone say insider?  How did the Falmouth Library fall into the clutches of Siemens?  We’ll never know because the Library isn’t subject to FOAA requests because they aren’t a government agency.  That doesn’t mean they weren’t screwed using our tax dollars and the contributions to the building fund.  

BE SURE TO READ THE THREE-PAGE LETTER WE RECEIVED FROM ONE OF OUR SOURCES THAT GOT US WONDERING, WHAT IS THE RATIONALE BEHIND A PERFORMANCE CONTRACT THAT WASTES TAXPAYERS MONEY?

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The RFQ (Request for qualifications) for a PC (Performance Contract) is a means of a school district or a municipality to make improvements, and paying for the improvements by the money saved by making those improvements.

An example:  If a school district was burning # 2 fuel oil and they used on average 250,000 gallons of oil per year, and the price was $3.00 per gallon, then on average (adjustments would need to be made for weather) the school would spend $750,000 per year on oil.  If Natural Gas becomes available and the same amount of heating value or btu’s (British Thermal Units) as the oil produces can be purchased at 40% less by using gas rather than purchasing oil, the school has saved on average $300,000 per year on its heating bill.

But, schools and municipalities never have any money to pay for improvements.  A Performance Contract company enters into an agreement and installs the new Natural Gas System and the school pays it off for a period in Maine of up to 20 years.  For our example lets say the PC’s sell price to shift from oil to Natural gas is $600,000. Then the simple payback would be 2 years.  After which time the schools operating costs have been reduced by $300,000 per year. (not taking into account fluctuations in energy costs).

Great, but not so fast.

Performance Contract companies typically make 40% plus profit margins. That’s 40% after all of their direct costs, material costs, engineering, financial costs, and subcontractors have been paid.

So the company made $240,000 in profit on the project. OK, they are entitled to make a profit, but because the project is never opened to competitive bidding (I will cover that in a minute) the same exact project would probably have cost the school district or municipality $460,000 if engineered and put out to bid.

Lets say the actual cost of removing the oil and adding Natural gas is $360,000. That’s the actual cost no matter who does the work.
The PC company charges the school or municipality $600,000.  $600,000 - $360,000 = $240,000 in profit or 40%.
Lets say the work was competitively bid. Profit margins are around 21% in today’s market.  The project still costs $360,000. However if the sell price was now $460,000 - $360,000 = $100,000 profit or 22%

The taxpayer would save $140,000.  The difference between the PC sell price of $600,000 at 40% profit, and a bid sell price of $460,000 at a 22% profit. $600,000 - $460,000 = $140,000 taxpayer saving.

But it gets worse.

PC companies typically aren’t interested in a project that is under $1,000,000. They like $4,000,000 or $5,000,000 projects. The oil to gas conversion is a good example of saving money, so they look for other things that can save money, changing out lighting to LED lights, new insulated roof systems, new windows and so on. Some of the changes will have fast paybacks others will have long paybacks. They roll the entire scope of work together and the fast payback items help subsidize the long payback items. Projects can balloon in size and scope quickly. Items that have no energy savings are often hidden in the contract such as new lawn mowers, vehicles etc.

Now the PC company has a $5,000,000 contract, and because of the mixture of work included the term of the contract may go to 10, 15 or 20 years. Contracts are often lengthened to make the PC company more money, the municipality or school doesn’t care, in their mind they are still saving money and are cash positive.

A $5,000,000 contact will probably actually cost $3,000,000 to do, and result in a $2,000,000 profit at 40% for the PC company  If the municipality or school district had hired an engineering company to provide the engineering and then put the work out to bid, the cost including the engineering, financing and all of the labor and materials is still $3,000,000 but the sell price would be $3,800,000 at 21% profit. Which results in a profit for the contractor of $800,000. The taxpayer would save $1,200,000.

But it gets even worse.

The municipality or school district puts out an RFQ (Request for qualifications) they can select who they want to interview, and what questions they base their selection on. The price of the project is never discussed. The only costs discussed is if the selected company performs the energy survey and the municipality elects not to do the work how much does the survey cost.  In most cases the interview process is a sham, they already know who they are going to award the contract to. If a company applies that they think could rock the boat they simply exclude the company from the process, never interview them. The questions asked at the interview can be completely irrelevant to the project, in most instances there is no energy engineer on the selection panel or anyone who works in disciplines that are being discussed.  Selection is often based on the good old boy network or (read between the lines).

Financing for such projects is usually not done in house by any of the PC companies.  There are several organizations that specialize in PC financing, everyone uses the same finance companies. Often the municipality or school district enters directly into the financial agreement with the finance company.

The contracts are usually for 10, 15 or 20 years. The selected company then also provides maintenance services for the length of the contract, (how could they guarantee the savings if they aren't maintaining the systems) effectively locking everyone else out and eliminating the competitive bid process for maintenance. (Guaranteed saving cost more than non guaranteed savings, the price of the guarantee or insurance is rolled into the contract price.) The winning company installs their own parts and components during the initial phase of the contract, so when something fails when out of warranty there is only one source to purchase the replacement parts from, again eliminating competitive pricing.

Most of the PC contracts are being awarded to out of state companies or even companies based overseas. Local municipalities and school districts are eliminating local engineering companies, local mechanical contractors, local electrical suppliers, local financial institutions and so on. The very people who pay taxes to the local communities and state. Some PC companies will bid some of the work to limited local people, but even then the profits go out of state. These are the same schools and municipalities that scream for assistance from Augusta.

Each municipality and school district can use PC to spend without oversight $2,500,000 per building.

There are several companies in Maine who have been recognized as experts in Energy conservation. There are several excellent engineering companies in Maine. Many companies will provide a free energy analysis along with a scope of work, project cost and ROI in their area of expertise. The work should be specified by qualified engineers, the work should then be put out to bid, the total costs, engineering, financial, equipment installation, maintenance can be rolled into one financial package and the municipality or school can seek local financing or enter into an agreement with a PC financial company. Taxpayers should be allowed to see the actual cost analysis of the projects.

For a superintendent or town council chairperson to joyously exclaim that we have entered into a 15 year PC agreement and we will save thousands of dollars per year in energy costs, without the Return on Investment (ROI) or life cycle cost analysis, or the difference in costs between doing a PC or competitively bidding out the projects shows a level of incompetence. Isn't this the job of superintendents, town managers, and school business mangers, its not their job to hand over millions of taxpayers money to let someone else do their work.  

Siemens was recently awarded a PC at Cumberland schools. Everyone knew they would get it even before the interview process. Siemens will be awarded Yarmouth. They may have a PC in Falmouth.

Private industry doesn’t work this way.

Its become a joke in the industry, everyone knows Siemens will get the work.

Have you ever Googled Siemens bribery?

I will tell you about Cumberland sometime. Local companies  were excluded from gaining an interview at Yarmouth. They are as qualified, if not more so, than anyone who was selected to interview.

Check out the Forecaster article SAD 51 BOARD OK’S DISTRICT WIDE ENERGY AUDIT.   Siemens told them the audit would cost $35,000, some companies told them they'd do it for free!  The cost of Siemens audit is rolled into their PC contract.  These MAINE companies wasted their time attending the interview.

 


 


Most of the requirements of the RFQ are typically written by the PC firm trying to drive the project. The specifications are written in a way that tries to exclude everyone else and often reference things that are illegal under Maine Law. I.e. The letter sent to Yarmouth. (We have no idea who sent the letter).
 
In instances were the performance contract does not live up to the expectations of the end user they (the end user) are typically left holding the bag when predicted savings were not realized. In some instances PC firms have argued that savings were not met because the owner left the lights on more than previously, or ran the copier more or left the coffee pot on more, the list goes on and on.

Ultimately the taxpayers have no idea what is going on or how tax dollars are spent. The town manger or someone else says "yes we saved a bunch of money by doing this or that" but no one ever discusses the actual cost. Usually the people in the town or school who approve the contract only do so because it was recommended by the superintendent or a committee. These people usually do not have energy efficiency credentials or accounting degrees, or any other real expertise in the subject matter, usually they have some sort of relationship with someone at the PC company. (Siemens rep email to Powers)

Honestly, if it's a PC or just a repair or equipment replacement the ability of local and state government to manipulate the specifications to avoid compedetive bidding and squander tax payer money is unreal. No one looks at life cycle cost, just first costs (if that) it's a sham and a shame. 

But at the end of the day if it's not your money! You would think they would care about spending wisely. If these people had a real business sense they would not likely be working in the public sector.


German Firms Named in US List of Rogue State Supporters | Business | DW.DE | 02.07.2007

http://www.dw.de/german-firms-named-in-us-list-of-rogue-state-supporters/a-2663608-1
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Siemens and the Ethics of Crime - CBS News

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/siemens-and-the-ethics-of-crime/
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Brazilian state of Sao Paulo to sue German engineering giant Siemens over alleged price-fixing | Fox News

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/08/14/brazilian-state-sao-paulo-to-sue-german-engineering-giant-siemens-over-alleged/
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The World Wide Web of Siemens’ Corruption - ProPublica

http://www.propublica.org/special/the-world-wide-web-of-siemenss-corruption
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Settling Bribery Case to Cost Siemens $1.6 Billion - NYTimes.com

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/12/16/business/worldbusiness/16siemens.html?ref=technology

 


 

Most of the requirements of the RFQ are typically written by the PC firm trying to drive the project. The specifications are written in a way that tries to exclude everyone else and often reference things that are illegal under Maine Law. I.e. The letter sent to Yarmouth. (We have no idea who sent the letter).
 
In instances were the performance contract does not live up to the expectations of the end user they (the end user) are typically left holding the bag when predicted savings were not realized. In some instances PC firms have argued that savings were not met because the owner left the lights on more than previously, or ran the copier more or left the coffee pot on more, the list goes on and on.

Ultimately the taxpayers have no idea what is going on or how tax dollars are spent. The town manger or someone else says "yes we saved a bunch of money by doing this or that" but no one ever discusses the actual cost. Usually the people in the town or school who approve the contract only do so because it was recommended by the superintendent or a committee. These people usually do not have energy efficiency credentials or accounting degrees, or any other real expertise in the subject matter, usually they have some sort of relationship with someone at the PC company. (Siemens rep email to Powers)

Honestly, if it's a PC or just a repair or equipment replacement the ability of local and state government to manipulate the specifications to avoid compedetive bidding and squander tax payer money is unreal. No one looks at life cycle cost, just first costs (if that) it's a sham and a shame.  

But at the end of the day if it's not your money! You would think they would care about spending wisely. If these people had a real business sense they would not likely be working in the public sector.


 

Scarbough Town Council exchange emails with FalouthToday.ME
Chapter 3
April 10, 2014

By Editor:
Scarborugh town counselors are in the hear no evil, see no evil deptartment.  Maybe it's time that they do their job and do what they were elected to do.  By that we mean get some control over the Scarborough Police Department.

From: seller99@msn.com
To: yjustice@ci.scarborough.me.us
Subject: FOAA REQUEST FOR ALL EMAILS OF SGT. O'MALLEY
Date: Fri, 4 Apr 2014 15:07:58 -0400

Tody,

Provide for inspection and copying all emails from and to Sgt. John O'Malley and Gina McHugh, Julie Inman, and Cathy Campbell.  Specifically any and all emails that mention, discuss, or intimate (this will be in the lawsuit if needed) may have had of Sgt. John O'Malley's (this also).

This is a FOAA request pursuant to the current FOAA law of Maine.

Michael Doyle
766.6644
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From: kstclair@ci.scarborough.me.us
To: JHolbrook@ci.scarborough.me.us
CC: seller99@msn.com; THall@ci.scarborough.me.us; RSullivan@ci.scarborough.me.us; RMoult@ci.scarborough.me.us; jomally@ci.scarborough.me.us; brenda.kielty@maine.gov
Subject: Re: FOAA REQUEST FOR ALL EMAILS OF SGT. O'MALLEY

Date: Sat, 5 Apr 2014 12:41:42 +0000
Mr Doyle

You should be ashamed. I'm all for getting the story out. My best friend is a newspaper reporter. I see both sides of this issue all the time. What I can say is she would never ever for any story intentionally try to hurt someone like this. You are not a reporter, you are a trouble maker out to try and ruin innocent people. Shameful.  

Kate St.Clair
Town Councilor
885-5633.

On Apr 4, 2014, at 9:35 PM, "Jessica Holbrook" <JHolbrook@ci.scarborough.me.us> wrote:
Clearly, any or all compassion for another human being is lacking shown by the request being made. I'm horrified that another human being would even make this kind of request under the facade of FOAA.. Even if your what you elude to is true, shame on you to drag what I'm sure was a horribly tragic, personal and medical event in a woman's life for your personal gain to build reputation and fame.

Sincerely,
Jessica Holbrook

Sent from my iPad

On Apr 4, 2014, at 3:18 PM, "Michael Doyle" <seller99@msn.com> wrote:
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From: kstclair@ci.scarborough.me.us
To: seller99@msn.com
Subject: Re: FOAA REQUEST FOR ALL EMAILS OF SGT. O'MALLEY
Date: Sat, 5 Apr 2014 13:25:44 +0000
Mr Doyle


Trust me. If there are things going on in our pd then I want to know and action will be taken. I would never condone that behavior. I myself worked for a pd and saw things first hand. What I don't understand is why this tactic?  

Kate St.Clair
Town Councilor
885-5633.

On Apr 5, 2014, at 9:16 AM, "Michael Doyle" <seller99@msn.com> wrote:
Councilor St. Clair:

First, it is your attitude displayed in this email that is at the root of this misconduct.  It is you that are shameful for allowing this contempt for a woman who may have "willingly" entered into an affair with her supervisor only to keep from being fired by that same supervisor, to go unpunished.

Second, something should be done if this is true.  Sgt. O'Malley should be fired, and you and every other Councilor should apologize to this woman for subjecting her to a relationship with O'Malley that she may had viewed as necessary to keeping her job.

Finally, this is not the worse thing that your own officers have reported to me.  There are a handful that have been subjected to heavy handed conduct by the command structure in the SPD and they are sick and tired of Moulton lying to Hall and covering his and other commanders CRAP.

Tighten your seat belt it's going to be a bumpy ride.

Michael Doyle
766.6644
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From: seller99@msn.com
To: kstclair@ci.scarborough.me.us; thall@ci.scarborough.me.us; rmoult@ci.scarborough.me.us; jholbrook@ci.scarborough.me.us; yjustice@ci.scarborough.me.us; brenda.kielty@maine.gov
Subject: RE: FOAA REQUEST FOR ALL EMAILS OF SGT. O'MALLEY
Date: Sat, 5 Apr 2014 13:07:21 -0400

Councilor St. Clair:

This 'tactic' as you describe it, is the result of Tody's attempt to overcharge me for a previous request by over $3,000 and $1,500 on a recent reply just received.  This overcharge has forced me to file a lawsuit to force Tody to comply with the FOAA law.  It is likely that I will file another suit to force compliance with the FOAA law covering the O'Malley request because this is how Scarborough wants to handle these questions.  You say "I would never condone that behavior."  I'm going to put you to the test for that statement and this statement, "I want to know and action will be taken."  This information will come out one way or another once I start taking depositions.  Let's see how well your officers hold up under oath when they have no idea what I may have in affidavits already.

An underage drinking party took place years ago, at I believe a Pleasant Hill Rd. address.  At that party two off duty police officers were there.  One was then Capt. Moulton, who was in a hot tub asking one of the Maietta daughters to undress and get in the hot tub with him.  I have this from three different sources.  Brian Nappi then a student, now a SPD officer and Chris Gower, now at Admiral Fire and Safety were at this party.  THEY ARE NOT MY SOURCES.  If both were questioned under oath and Nappi was ordered to take a polygraph from the State Police it is likely that this allegation would proved to be accurate and truthful.

1.  Why was a SPD Capt. even at an underage drinking party as a guest?
2.  Why was he trying to entice a 15 year old female to disrobe and get in the hot tub with him?
3.  Why were responding officers ordered off the property by Moulton?
4.  Why hasn't any members of the Maiette family been interviewed, by the State Police?
5.  Why hasn't Officer Nappi and Gower been interviewed, by the State Police?
6.  Why hasn't Chief Moulton been ordered to take a polygraph given by the State Police?
7.  How many married officers have, or are now carrying on affairs with Scarborough personnel on duty?
8.  Have any coverups taken place that would have compromised prosecuting any cases?
9.  How many tickets have been "fixed" by Moulton?

Councilor St. Clair, I know the answers to the first eight questions and it's high time that you and the other Councilors and the town manager get these answers.

Until I see some proof of you personally taking action to investigate what can only be describe as a rogue police dept., manned from the top by commanders that do whatever they please on duty with the nearest available female, I'm going to keep asking questions and continue to file one lawsuit after another until Scarborough comes into compliance with the FOAA law of the State of Maine.

Whatever happens from now on is the Council's responsibility, don't blame me for asking questions someone should have already asked.  Think about this one question I can guarantee I will be asking each of you when it's your turn in the deposition chair, "What did you know and when did you know it?"

Michael Doyle


SCARBOROUGH’S VICE CHAIR OF THE TOWN COUNCIL “MANY PEOPLE HAVE AFFAIRS BUT IT’S PERSONAL”  Chapter 2

April 3, 2014
By Editor:

In a free flowing phone interview on March 26 at 16:06 for 18 minutes and 27 seconds Jessica Holbrook, didn’t seem too concerned about some police officers using their authority to conduct affairs while on duty.

How many married officers have gotten their girlfriends pregnant?  How many married officers are maintaining affairs while on the taxpayers’ clock?  Whatever the number is, it must be okay with Councilor Holbrook.

We’re told that senior officers can’t stop the affairs because of the fear their own misconduct will come to light.

Below you can read the suit we were forced to file against Scarborough’s management because in their effort to protect the evidence of misconduct by one person they came up with 93 hours to search emails, something that should take minutes to do.

Our experience with Falmouth has been the higher the resistance to answering a request, the greater the likelihood that the answer will be embarrassing to someone.  Perhaps if government employees stop misbehaving while at work they wouldn’t ruin their lives and those of their families.  The combination of life and death power over people, mixed with a giant dollop of arrogance, and just enough stupidity to think they can get away with it forever, makes for a dangerous brew.

 


STATE OF MAINE                                  SUPERIOR COURT
CUMBERLAND, ss.                                DOCKET NO. CV-___________     
 

Michael Doyle, Falmouth, Maine

Plaintiff

v.                                                                           Freedom of Access Act  
                                                                              Appeal Pursuant to  
Town of Scarborough, Maine                              Title 1 MSRA
                                                                              Section 409
Defendant


COUNT I


1. Plaintiff is a resident of Falmouth, Maine

2. On March 4, 2014 Plaintiff submitted a FOAA request to Defendant by email to allow Plaintiff to inspect and copy certain Public  

Records.

3.  The request was to allow Plaintiff to inspect and copy emails between Scarborough Police Chief Robert Moulton and three women named

Lori Bedor, Cathy Chandler, and Linda Fowler.  Attached as Exhibit A is a copy of the FOAA request.

4. Plaintiff sent the FOAA request to the Town Clerk because the Town has directed that all FOAA requests are to go to the Town Clerk.  See 1 MRSA Section 413, Public Access Officer.

5.  Under Title 1 MRSA 408-A Defendant is required to provide a “cost estimate” and an estimate of the time required to respond to the FOAA

request, and if the estimate is above $100.00, the Defendant can require payment in advanced.

6.  On March 19, 2014 Defendant sent a bill to Plaintiff with an estimate of 93 billable hours and seeking advanced payment, in the amount of $3,260.00 for the FOAA request.  The payment was required in advanced.  A copy of this bill is attached as Exhibit B.

7.  On information and belief this cost estimate far exceeds any reasonable estimate for providing the requested documents, violates the statutory requirements and will essentially thwart Plaintiff’s efforts to obtain public records.

8.  On information and belief it should take no more than one to two hours for Defendant to respond to Plaintiff’s FOAA request and provide the requested documents: this would mean 1 to 2 hours at $15.00 per hour and with the first hour free, for a total estimated cost of $15.00.

See attached email from Cumberland and Yarmouth’s Town managers. Shane of Cumberland sets the time at less than 2 hours and Tupper of Yarmouth thinks it could be less then 10 hours.  Exhibits C and D attached
   
9. Despite repeated requests from Plaintiff the Defendant has refused to reduce the cost estimate.
   
10.  The emails sought by Plaintiff’s FOAA request were transmitted on town owned equipment and town paid internet service, and as such are public records as defined in Title 1 MRSA Section 402(3) “…has been received…in connection with the transaction of public or governmental business…”

11.  Defendant has not objected to the FOAA request and has not provided the documents for inspection or copying,

Wherefore Plaintiff requests judgment:
a.    That the cost estimate supplied by Defendant is excessive and that the Court make its own determination, which Plaintiff estimates at $15.00
b.    That Defendant provide the requested documents to Plaintiff within 10 days of the Court’s Order without requiring an advance payment and without alterations or redactions.
c.    That Plaintiff be awarded compensation for his time and for litigation costs pursuant to 1 MRSA Section 409

COUNT II

12. Plaintiff realleges and incorporates herein the allegations contained in

Paragraph 1-11 above.

13.  The cost estimate by Defendant may constitute a denial or refusal to provide the requested documents.

Wherefore Plaintiff requests judgment:

a.    That Defendant be required to provide the requested documents to Plaintiff without alterations or redactions within 10 days of the Court’s Order.

b.    That Plaintiff be awarded compensation for his time and litigation costs pursuant to 1 MRSA Section 409.

Respectfully submitted this 31st day of March 2014.
Michael Doyle
3 Shady Lane
Falmouth, ME 04105
207.766.6644

 

Please review the pdf's below for past March 2014 News

LAWSUIT AGAINST FALMOUTH DISMISSED AFTER DAN O’SHEA COMPLIES WITH FOAA LAW, March 31, 2014

When Rules are Rules and They Have No Class,

She's Back

OFFICER FULMER LIES TO OUR REPORTER THEN STARTS SCREAMING AND POINTING HIS FINGER WHILE UNSNAPPING HIS WEAPON, March 21, 2014

OFFICIAL SPEED LIMITS ON I-295, AND THE REALITY, March 12, 2014

DRUMMONDWOODSUM CHARGES ALMOST A MILLION DOLLARS TO LOSE, March 6, 2014

CHILD ABUSE AT 29 PALMS MARINE BASE, March 3, 2014   http://www.marinecorpstimes.com/article/20140227/NEWS/302240051/Claims-abuse-Twentynine-Palms-childcare-center-prompt-investigation

MAINE STATE REVENUE DEPARTMENT SENDS FAKE TAX RETURNS DEMANDING SIGNATURES AND MONEY, February 28, 2014

Please view the pdf's below for the past November, December 2013, January & February 2014 News

MAINE CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACADEMY TRAINS OFFICERS ON HOW TO DEAL WITH ‘SOVEREIGN’ CITIZENS, February 24, 2014  CLICK HERE TO READ INSTRUCTION TO POLICE AT THE MAINE CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACADEMY

CLAPBOARD ISLAND PROPOSED PAYMENT BY COUNCIL SEEN AS ELITISM, February 21, 2014

UNBRIDDLED HUBRIS AND ARROGANCE SURROUND CLAPBOARD ISLAND PURCHASE, February 18, 2014 

COMMERCIAL STREET MEDIAN, February 19, 2014

GOVERNOR LEPAGE STARTS THE RENOMINATION PROCESS IN SCARBOROUGH, February 16, 2014

THE MOST DANGEROUS PERSON TO ANY BUSINESS ISN’T THE ARMED ROBBER, BUT THE WOMAN WRITING YOUR CHECKS,
      February 14, 2014

FORECASTER SUED FOR FALSE AND MALICIOUS STATEMENTS,  Click here to view court documents  February 2014

NATHAN POORE’S CONDUCT DRAWS SUIT AGAINST TOWN, February 7, 2014

ANOTHER REASON TO HATE COMMON CORE, February 5, 2014

MAINE MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION READIES ANOTHER ATTACK ON THE FREEDOM OF ACCESS ACT (FOAA), February 4, 2013

NEW SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT MAKES EXCELLENT FIRST IMPRESSION, January 30, 2014

Unlimited Reproduction is Limited to Only Those Who Get it Free

FIRE CHIEF RICE RECEIVES AWARD FOR DEDICATION ABOVE AND BEYOND, January 28, 2014

WHAT’S OUR CARBON FOOTPRINT?  WHO CARES!  January 23, 2014

INCOME INEQUALITY IS THE THEORY, I.Q. INEQUALITY IS THE REALITY  January 20, 2014

PARKING RULES FOR CARS, FREE FOR ALL, FOR TRUCKS  January 16, 2014

USELESS WINDMILLS

WHAT IN THE WORLD IS WRONG WITH CHIEF TOLAN  January 6, 2014

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN REPUBLICANS DON’T VOTE FOR REPUBLICANS  December 4, 2013

HOW LOW IN REAL INCOME CAN FALMOUTH PAY A SUBSTITUTE TEACHER?  December 5, 2013 

OBAMA CARE IN A NUTSHELL!!

MISMANAGEMENT OF THE $120,000 POLICE BOAT CONTINUES UNABATED UNDER CHIEF TOLAND  November 27, 2013 

IS POWERS BEING CHASED OUT OF OFFICE BY ALLEGATIONS OF A COVERUP?  November 25, 2013

OCEAN VIEW GETS THE DONUT AND FALMOUTH TAXPAYERS GETS THE “HOLE

WHY IS FALMOUTH OUTSPENDING THE OTHER THREE TOWNS IN THE FAB FOUR ON LEGAL FEES?

3D COPYING AND MANUFACTURING HAS COME TO MAINE  November 15, 2013

HAPPY VETERANS DAY, COURTESY OF THE BAR HARBOR TOWN COUNCIL!  November 11, 2013 

GREAT BRITAIN (G.B.) IS WHERE BREAST CANCER KILLS WOMEN AT A MUCH HIGHER RATE THAN THE U.S.  November 7, 2013

ALLEGATIONS OF PREDACITY AGAINST TERRY MCAULIFFE, CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA, SOUNDS EERILY FAMILIAR.  November 4, 2013   

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