Exchange Between Chairman Main and Attorney Sheehan; Comments from the Public; Reasoning of the ZBA; Sheehan’s Letter to Select Board
Chairman Main was totally out of line. Looking at statutes of limitation as the developer’s shield for wrongdoing inspires little confidence in the ZBA’s role in protecting abutters and the preservation of our shared land and environment. I also can’t help but ask if there might be a bit of sexism in his abusive treatment of Attorney Sheehan.
Thank you so much for your time and effort Ben - we NEED investigational reporting in Plymouth!
Remind me if I ever have a complaint about development in my neighborhood to make an issue of it right away and not let 44 days pass by -- sheesh! Thanks for the careful recording of this meeting.
Wow!!! I appreciate the great detail with which you captured this meeting. The conduct of the Chair, Mr. Main, was indeed appalling ! One question no one asked but was very much on my mind: what happened to the sand & gravel removed from the site? Was it sold ? If so, to whom and for how much? It seems to me to be an important piece of information .
Thanks, Ben. What are possible next steps for the petitioners?