Thursday night the Board of Selectmen had a four-hour raucous special meeting to hear the public on the Miller-Driscoll project. At about 11 p.m. the board voted, three to two, to authorize Bill Brennan to sign six (of 22) critical trade contracts for the Miller-Driscoll School project. Opponents present and 40% of the board were determined to delay or hoped to kill the project. In the aggregate, the responsible low bids received were more than $3 million below estimates.
What has this town come to?