Lunenburg selectmen support school of...

Lunenburg selectmen support school officials' quest to repair buildings - Sentinel & Enterprise

There are 22 comments on the Sentinel & Enterprise story from Jan 5, 2011, titled Lunenburg selectmen support school officials' quest to repair buildings - Sentinel & Enterprise. In it, Sentinel & Enterprise reports that:

The Board of Selectmen Tuesday threw its collective support behind the School Committee's proclamation to the Massachusetts School Building Authority that asks for help finding solutions for the maintenance problems at three of the town's schools.

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Lunenburg

Maynard, MA

#1 Jan 5, 2011
Sorry Lunenburg..I tried to win Mega Millions so I could donate the cash but alas I failed.
Mike from Leominster

Fitchburg, MA

#2 Jan 5, 2011
How do these school buildings become pieces of crap so fast?
Lunenburg Fan Club Ash

Gardner, MA

#3 Jan 5, 2011
Lunenburg wrote:
Sorry Lunenburg..I tried to win Mega Millions so I could donate the cash but alas I failed.
You are the absolute best! Sent from my iPhone 4
Lunenburg

Maynard, MA

#4 Jan 5, 2011
Mike from Leominster wrote:
How do these school buildings become pieces of **** so fast?
These buildings are over 50 years old...
From the Little Burg

United States

#5 Jan 5, 2011
Mike from Leominster wrote:
How do these school buildings become pieces of **** so fast?
FYI- The Middle School is over 40 years old and the Passios is pushing 60 years old. The High School is around 52 years old. The only "new" building is the Primary School.
Mike from Leominster

Fitchburg, MA

#6 Jan 5, 2011
Maybe I should have mentioned that the places were shyteholes 30 years ago when I went to school.
Lunenburg

Maynard, MA

#7 Jan 5, 2011
Mike from Leominster wrote:
Maybe I should have mentioned that the places were shyteholes 30 years ago when I went to school.
Wow did they have cars back then???
From the Little Burg

United States

#8 Jan 5, 2011
Mike from Leominster wrote:
Maybe I should have mentioned that the places were shyteholes 30 years ago when I went to school.
Ditto. I still remember the annual rite of watching the roofers move the roof leaks around. It used to rain inside the Passios so much you'd think you were on a sinking ship! lol
Blogenburgian

Leominster, MA

#9 Jan 7, 2011
Wow our select board is finally acting after recommendations given out was it 4 or 5 years ago. Right on top of things.
call BS

AOL

#11 Jan 8, 2011
Blogenburgian wrote:
Wow our select board is finally acting after recommendations given out was it 4 or 5 years ago. Right on top of things.
Ahh blahgo, can't keep up again?
The vote was to refresh and resubmit the request. A process required every year until the project is accepted by the MSBA.

As always, you are right on top of things...
As always, you credibility is lacking
Blogenburgian

Leominster, MA

#12 Jan 8, 2011
call BS wrote:
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Ahh blahgo, can't keep up again?
The vote was to refresh and resubmit the request. A process required every year until the project is accepted by the MSBA.
As always, you are right on top of things...
As always, you credibility is lacking
Yes "All HS (Horse Manure)" it takes 4 years to get a project approved by the MSBA - sure. Maybe if they were linked into capital planning and submitted as scheduled it wouldn't take a yearly renewal.
call BS

AOL

#13 Jan 10, 2011
Blogenburgian wrote:
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Yes "All HS (Horse Manure)" it takes 4 years to get a project approved by the MSBA - sure. Maybe if they were linked into capital planning and submitted as scheduled it wouldn't take a yearly renewal.
Yes Blahgo, it can take years to get MSBA approval because they have more requests than funding available. Guess you must live under an unlimited budget in your life.
If you watched the meeting you'd know the costs had been gathered as part of the capital planning process and submitted for MSBA consideration. Sure, we could just pay it all out of local taxes and leave state funds on the table purely to speed the process, but why? Because you want it?
Sorry that to your twisted mind facts = HS, but then that's how the deluded tend to see the world.
Lunenburg

Maynard, MA

#15 Jan 10, 2011
Christine Tenneson wrote:
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You're a loser, Dave! At the lottey and many other pursuits, it seems.
According to Osceola County, Florida law enforcement, Lunenburg, Mass. resident and Gartner analyst Christine Tenneson was charged with battery on Oct. 13, 2008.
Several weeks later, with the secretive assistance of Lunenburg patrolman Jason P. Poitras, Ms. Tenneson then filed a false complaint against her former friend and colleague.
What a tragedy people like Christine Tenneson and Jason Poitras have to lie. Then the police chief tries to cover it up!
Nasty, nasty people.
Ok you stalking weirdo..I told Christine last time you were posting crap about her and this paper pulled your postings so it appears you have not learned. This time I am sending your post to the officer you are slandering.
Lunenburgs Dad

Gardner, MA

#16 Jan 10, 2011
Lunenburg wrote:
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Ok you stalking weirdo..I told Christine last time you were posting **** about her and this paper pulled your postings so it appears you have not learned. This time I am sending your post to the officer you are slandering.
And my son is a "stalking weirdo" expert. He runs with the best of them.
Lunenburgs Mommy

Fitchburg, MA

#17 Jan 10, 2011
honey stop pickin on son Looney
Barnum And Bailey

Gardner, MA

#18 Jan 10, 2011
"Lunenburg" could be a side show. People love his garbage.
Blogenburgian

Leominster, MA

#19 Jan 10, 2011
call BS wrote:
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Yes Blahgo, it can take years to get MSBA approval because they have more requests than funding available. Guess you must live under an unlimited budget in your life.
If you watched the meeting you'd know the costs had been gathered as part of the capital planning process and submitted for MSBA consideration. Sure, we could just pay it all out of local taxes and leave state funds on the table purely to speed the process, but why? Because you want it?
Sorry that to your twisted mind facts = HS, but then that's how the deluded tend to see the world.
AHH, not all the projects were noted as state reimburseable. I downloaded the plan and the town is way behind. I'll try to make this real easy for you: You can't get state funds in a timely matter if you don't submit for them. Stop the Cherry Picking and follow the plan.
call BS

AOL

#20 Jan 11, 2011
Blogenburgian wrote:
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AHH, not all the projects were noted as state reimburseable. I downloaded the plan and the town is way behind. I'll try to make this real easy for you: You can't get state funds in a timely matter if you don't submit for them. Stop the Cherry Picking and follow the plan.
Way behind? Please explain.
Not every repair or maintenance item goes to MSBA. Those that do have been submitted each of the last few years and we wait. Once the MSBA accepts a project a new plan for work is created. Its not like the old days when you submitted for funds for a roof, or some windows or a boiler. Once a building is addressed by the MSBA it is out of consideration for 10 years.
Is it your suggestion the town stop doing anything and just wait for the MSBA to get to us?
Wouldn't that put us further behind?
Or does the town just go to the money tree out back, or request an over ride from us taxpayers so your imagined schedule is met.
Lets be honest Blahgo, you just want to throw stones. Sad really.
Blogenburgian

Leominster, MA

#21 Jan 11, 2011
call BS wrote:
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Way behind? Please explain.
Not every repair or maintenance item goes to MSBA. Those that do have been submitted each of the last few years and we wait. Once the MSBA accepts a project a new plan for work is created. Its not like the old days when you submitted for funds for a roof, or some windows or a boiler. Once a building is addressed by the MSBA it is out of consideration for 10 years.
Is it your suggestion the town stop doing anything and just wait for the MSBA to get to us?
Wouldn't that put us further behind?
Or does the town just go to the money tree out back, or request an over ride from us taxpayers so your imagined schedule is met.
Lets be honest Blahgo, you just want to throw stones. Sad really.
I believe that they should go the the money tree that just paid for all of the new computers, software and servers.
call BS

AOL

#22 Jan 12, 2011
Blogenburgian wrote:
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I believe that they should go the the money tree that just paid for all of the new computers, software and servers.
Another example of your illogical complaining for the sake of complaining.
One post you whine the town should spend more on capital and follow the capital plan, now you complain that they did.
Figure out which side of your mouth you want to talk out of and get back to us.

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