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By Bradford Randall On Friday, July 19th, 2013
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[VIDEO] Kingston Selectmen hear tales of transfer-station trash talk, action promised

TOWN HOUSE- The Kingston Selectmen had heard enough on Tuesday night as Paul Basler, the Superintendent of Streets, Trees & Parks, described threats and harassment against his employees at the Kingston Transfer More...

By Bradford Randall On Thursday, July 18th, 2013
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“NOTHING TO HIDE:” New-look BOS intensify focus on Mark Beaton, Green Energy Comm.

“We’re communicating, we’ve got nothing to hide. I’ve showed you all the numbers. I’m not trying to hoodwink anybody.” -Green Energy Committee Chairman Mark Beaton TOWN HOUSE- The Kingston Board More...

By admin On Monday, July 8th, 2013
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ACCESS DENIED: Casna explains why The Journal wasn’t allowed to film BOH meeting

TOWN HOUSE- Joe Casna may have some explaining to do after he violated the Open Meeting Law and barred the Journal’s own Bradford Randall from filming a public meeting between the Board of Selectmen (BOS) More...

By Bradford Randall On Tuesday, June 25th, 2013
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[VIDEO] Planning Board wants flicker regulation, sending turbine debate to town meeting

TOWN HOUSE- Kingston’s center of political gravity, the Planning Board, is sending the ongoing debate about shadow-flicker regulation to a town meeting with a recommendation allowing no more than 30 hours More...

By Bradford Randall On Saturday, June 22nd, 2013
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Dennis Randall calls turbine supporter’s lawsuit threat “politically motivated”

TOWN HOUSE- The mood was light when Elaine Fiore, the Chairman of Kingston’s Board of Selectmen (BOS), first opened up Monday night’s selectmen meeting to open forum. Then, Kingston-resident Jeanette Pasquale More...

By Bradford Randall On Wednesday, June 19th, 2013
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Plainville Selectman Robert Fennessy chosen as Kingston’s next town admin

TOWN HOUSE- The Kingston Board of Selectmen (BOS) was unanimous in choosing Robert Fennessy (pictured), a selectman from Plainville with a strong legal background, as Kingston’s next town administrator on More...

By Bradford Randall On Monday, June 10th, 2013
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KIALLY’S IN! Kingston Wind LLC. will submit Independence Turbine to sound testing

KINGSTON- “We are fully cooperating with DEP to conduct acoustic monitoring.” That’s the new tune that Kingston Wind Independence (KWI) Turbine-owner Kially Ruiz is singing since telling The Kingston More...

By Bradford Randall On Monday, June 10th, 2013
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DEVELOPING STORY: Town officials still waiting for overdue flicker studies from Mass CEC

KINGSTON- Town officials expected a shadow-flicker study from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (CEC) today for all five wind turbines in town. The studies didn’t come. On Saturday, The Patriot Ledger More...

By Bradford Randall On Saturday, June 8th, 2013
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Flicker studies for all Kingston wind turbines expected by Monday

KINGSTON- PatriotLedger.com is reporting that the Kingston Selectmen are expecting the results of five site-specific flickers by Monday, opening the studies up to evaluation by a neutral engineer hired by the Board More...

By Bradford Randall On Thursday, May 9th, 2013
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“VOTE OF CONFIDENCE:” Fiore, Munford grab top BOS positions during reorganization

TOWN HOUSE- It took only ten seconds for Kingston’s new-look Board of Selectmen (BOS) to unanimously choose Elaine Fiore as chair on Tuesday night, leading to an excited ovation from onlookers. “Thank you for More...