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Tuesday, December 03, 2013
Former Middletown Official Boyce demands apology from Councilman Thomas J. Serra
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Don't hold your breath waiting for that apology.ReplyDelete
Now you see why there are so many former Democrats in the Republican party, and not too many of the opposite.ReplyDelete
Your wrong Boyce. Read State Statue 7-421(e)ReplyDelete
(e) Any municipal employee shall have the right to serve on any governmental body of the town in which such employee resides except any body which has responsibility for direct supervision of such employee. Notwithstanding the provisions of this subsection, (1) no such employee shall serve on any of the following unless such employee is permitted to serve pursuant to the provisions of a municipal charter or home rule ordinance or serves because of membership on the legislative body of the municipality: (A) Any board of finance created pursuant to chapter 106 or any special act or municipal charter; (B) any body exercising zoning powers pursuant to chapter 124 or any special act or municipal charter; (C) any body exercising land use powers pursuant to chapter 125a or any special act or municipal charter; (D) any body exercising planning powers pursuant to chapter 126 or any special act or municipal charter; or (E) any body regulating inland wetlands and watercourses pursuant to chapter 440 or any special act or municipal charter; and (2) any municipality may, by ordinance adopted by its legislative body, authorize such employees to serve on (A) any body exercising zoning powers pursuant to chapter 124 or any special act or municipal charter; (B) any body exercising land use powers pursuant to chapter 125a or any special act or municipal charter; (C) any body exercising planning powers pursuant to chapter 126 or any special act or municipal charter; or (D) any body regulating inland wetlands and watercourses pursuant to chapter 440 or any special act or municipal charter.
Why does everything always come back to a Serra? How dirty are they? And why haven't they been exposed yet?ReplyDelete
Sue, for discrimination!ReplyDelete
Perhaps Mr. Boyce should withdraw his request for an apology with the same public fanfare in which he requested it after reading the state statute. No Mr. Boyce, state law says you can't be appointed to certain committees while being a municipal employee, P & Z being one.ReplyDelete
but, as johnny so eloquently puts it, don't hold your breath.
Chug it down Piddletown! Double D in da house!ReplyDelete
It is legal to run for an office one is not qualified to hold, because the candidate can always change their disqualifying condition before swearing in. So, when I ran for state house in a 20th, it was legit. Just like a city employee running for PnZ.ReplyDelete
It becomes illegal after the person takes office, but not before.