BP's Tatics in Cape Vincent Ny

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

FOIL FOLLIES ~ FOILED AGAIN!

I FOIL many documents for research purposes. Recently I found it necessary to contact Bob Freeman Executive Director of the State of New York Department of State Committee on Open Government for clarification of an issue that I ran into concerning a recent FOIL request I submitted to the Town of Cape Vincent. Mr. Freeman was very helpful, during the course of our conversation Foiling Foils came up. Mr. Freeman informed me that anyone could FOIL, my FOILS.

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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Masons and Radley could better spend their time getting squared away rather than getting even.

Anonymous said...

Marty Mason would be better off doing his job at the village. How can he be in a position of public trust?
Remember, he once said, "We would not even have a water district if it was not for conflicts of interest."

Anonymous said...

Has Mary Mason used village or town equipment for personal use?

If he did, he should be fired.

Anonymous said...

Thank God you have a sense of Humor.

Needed the smile.

Remember AH HA and Ha Ha are brothers.

Obi-Wan

Anonymous said...

Another good reason Marty shoudl stay out of anything even SEMI professional and Jarrod has little sense/professionalism: they send in a letter handwritten in their chicken scratch handwriting and don't even take the five minutes to type and print it out so it's clear.
Classy boys. Classy.

Anonymous said...

I don't know whether Marty used town equipment for personal use, but I do know that he and village employees were seen moving office equipment either in or out of the Acciona office using village vehicles. There was never any mention of just what they were doing in either town of village meeting minutes.

Anonymous said...

KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK K. YOU GOT THE BASTARDS RUNNING SCARED.

Anonymous said...

Aubertine taught these bastards how to have conflicts of interest. Now he is teaching how to run a water business on the town dime.

Anonymous said...

Aubertine brought this town nothing but shame. Let me remind you about his letter to the Town Board telling them that it was OK to be unethical:

June 15, 2006

Cape Vincent Town Board Members
P.O. Box 680
Cape Vincent, NY 13618

Re: Abstaining from Voting on the Location of
wind Turbines in Cape Vincent.

Ladies and Gentlemen:

I regret that I was unable to attend the public hearing held on June 3rd. at which time the above referenced subject was discussed and I appreciate the opportunity to share my thought with you now.

Specifically, I would like to comment about the issue of whether a board member should abstain from voting on an issue. As elected representatives, we are responsible to make decisions for the benefit of our constituents and community. This project, which affects thousands of acres and dozens of property owners, has the potential to positively affect every resident. Whether through a reduced property tax rate or new economic opportunities, Messrs. Wood, and (2) Masons (three members with wind contracts) will certainly not be the sole beneficiaries should the project move forward.

While some may feel that these elected officials should abstain from voting on this matter-my belief is that they should not. If they are restrained from voting in this instance, then shouldn't the community decide now what the guiding principle will be for future abstention in different matters and with different representatives? i.e. voting on a tax rate that affects their personal property.

Healthy and positive discourse is mandatory in a democracy; however, governing by referendum is unwise. After careful reflection, I feel that it is ethically proper that in this case all board members should vote on the issue at hand. In fact, I believe it is their responsibility to do so.

Sincerely,
Darrel J. Aubertine.