In the coming weeks you can expect a few more videos.
1. The first video will be a look back at the memorial building, the mayor’s need for a bigger corner office, and the offer to purchase the Perini building for millions over assessment.
2. That video will tie directly into one on how our Board of Assessors is different from all others in the state. How a decision made to rectify issues over 30 years ago, is still in place. And how this still affects each and every resident in the city.
3. Next we will look at the seedy sexual businesses operating within legitimate businesses in our city. We will discuss the tools anyone can use to identify the businesses participating… and the lack of enforcement in Framingham. We did the work, the police were notified. They chose not to act. In the mean time, if you need some “sexual healing”, or if your wife no longer touches you… we can help.
Two articles are in the works… These may also be turned into videos.
1. We have obtained information showing how the Framingam Police Officers Union is now upset with the current Chief of Police and leadership for continuing to maintain ties with attorney Brian Simoneau who can legitimately be described as a racist, antisemite, homophobic person. With Chief Trask hightailing his way out of the police department, the police had an opportunity to turn over a new leaf and shitcan Simoneau. However – they chose not to.
2. ADESA may have lost their top option for expansion of their business, this option was at the Hollis Street CSX rail yard in Framingham. Framingham over the course of time, has been the most friendly to their business plans, as Framingham takes a good portion of tax revenue from them. They are negotiating two acquire two sites for expansion. One in Holliston, which will bring destructive truck traffic through a large portion of Sherborn. The other site would be in Sherborn a quarter mile from their current campus in Framingham. We believe ADESA is trying to leverage Sherborn to accept the plan in their town to prevent road damage.
See the video that may have saved the Waushakum and Coburnville neighborhoods from further damage at the hands of ADESA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gZ2g6M5B1k8