The Doty Tavern Sign May Return Home

The Doty Tavern Sign May Return Home

There are 9 comments on the Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter story from Mar 10, 2008, titled The Doty Tavern Sign May Return Home. In it, Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter reports that:

“This is an important piece of history for both Canton and Stoughton”

The Doty Tavern in present-day Canton, Massachusetts was the location where rebels gathered in August of 1774, safely out of sight of their British rulers, to discuss the revolutionary principles that would ... via Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter

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Mike G

West Bridgewater, MA

#1 Mar 15, 2008
Home would be in Stoughton, not Canton.


#2 Mar 15, 2008
Who gives a bleep?


#3 Mar 15, 2008
That was not the real Rob.
Remember Algonquin

Framingham, MA

#4 Apr 5, 2008
The way Algonquin (a critical issue) was handled, is typical of the way they (especialy Levine) have done things, and MORE than enough reason to vote him out - no leadership, no forethought, ignoring the problem for a year, still no public hearing for a year, waiting till the 11th hour, closed meetings, executive sessions for "potential" litigation, exclusion, and treating the residents only as an afterthought, and with absolute disrespect.
I don't know what your particular agenda is, but the residents deserve MUCH better. Vote Anzivino


#5 Apr 5, 2008
I don't think the "Remember Algonquin" SPAM helps Anzivino. He was doing OK before that.
Remember Algonquin

Framingham, MA

#6 Apr 5, 2008
SPAM wrote:
I don't think the "Remember Algonquin" SPAM helps Anzivino. He was doing OK before that.
If standing for the residents to be a part of the process hurts Anzivino, then so be it... BUT, I kinda doubt it. What do you stand for?


#7 Apr 6, 2008
It CAN go below 50%. Efforts in the legislature to assure that figure HAVE NOT BEEN PASSED. This is purely some theoretical trap to get you to part with more money. Remember the "circuit breaker" that assured 100% re-imbursement of Special Ed costs? How's that doing for Stoughton? We got reimbursed LESS than a MILLION of a NINE MILLION DOLLAR COST.

Don't fall for it again. A well dressed TAX is still a TAX!

VOTE NO on Question 2
Do it for the children, and the seniors
Vote Yes On 2

Framingham, MA

#8 Apr 7, 2008
Vote Yes On 2

Just do it!
It's good for the town!
Vote No On 2


#9 Apr 8, 2008
Unless you are a brainless crack addict, or a tree hugger. The rest of us have NO MORE MONEY for your taxes, and their promised land.


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