Join us at our second informational session, Monday, July 18, from 7-9pm at the Radisson Hotel
Presentations by: Richard McClure a local attorney representing himself as plaintiff in a civil action in the Massachusetts Land Court against the owner of 9 North Road, Epsilon Group, LLC, and the Town of Chelmsford officials involved in the issuance of the multiple permits required to build on the property. The Land Court's decision on whether or not to dismiss the litigation is still pending. Spencer Kimball, spokesperson for Cheating Chelmsford will present the findings from the research done by the watchdog organization.
There will be a panel discussion to follow including Atty. McClure, Spencer Kimball and Roland Van Liew where the audience will be allowed to submit questions to be answered.
The focus of this session is to provide the accurate factual information that officials have been covering up and shouting down in the public discourse for over a year now. You'll have a chance to get the most comprehensive presentation possible of the ethics violations and the abdication of responsibility that has revealed a systematically corrupt approach to governance in Chelmsford. We are always available to answer questions, but if you'd like to voice your concerns or ask questions in a public venue this is an opportunity to do that. The town of Chelmsford deserves more from its officials; we deserve leaders that represent our values, priorities and concerns, working every day to improve Chelmsford. The vote on August 2 is a chance to start a process to rectify not only the 9 North Road scandal specifically, but also to begin building a better approach to governance.
The cartoons below present a cuttingly funny yet pithy view of the "official story" of what is going on in Chelmsford created by "The Village Green Preservation Society". While they are comical they provide real insight into what has gone on. Enjoy them and pass them on.