Soon it will be crunch time in my case against the Planning Board

The members of the Planning Board, Debra Benveniste, chair person of the planning board, Earl Johnson and others, town counsel McCaughey, and last but not least, Super Lawyer Nancy Pelletier, maneuvered themselves into a situation that is best described as dismal. Instead of endorsing my ANR plan back in 2002, they choose to deny me my fundamental rights of ownership. The endorsement of the plan proposed to created two additional lots on my peninsula and would have increased the town's tax base by approximately $ 1,000,000.00. Instead of obeying the law and endorse the ANR plan and thereby increase tax revenue, the town choose to engage into a legal battle that did cost the town and/or its liability insurance company tens of thousands of dollars, funds now missing to pay for the education of our children and other expenses. Earl Johnson, selectman and member of the Planning Board, suggested I should donate the property to the town so I would not have to pay property taxes any longer as he would not let me divide the property. In order to win the case, Debra Benveniste perjured herself, town counsel McCaughey knowingly misrepresented the law to the judge during the trial, and now, before the Appeals Court, Super lawyer Nancy Pelletier did risk it all and got herself and the town into trouble; read moreĽ

Posted on 28 Feb 2008, 10:02 - Category: Ongoing And Past Litigation
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