Structural Engineering Inspections,Helical Pile Foundation Supports,Carbon Fiber Structural Reinforcement,Stablwall Foundation Bracing Systems,Foundation Repairs,Foundation Underpinning,Pile Caps,Structural Repairs,House Jacking,Floridian Sunrooms,Shoring,Grade Beams,Basement Excavations,Sill Repair,Drain Systems,Title IV Inspections, Kingston, Massachusetts, Cape Cod

Your Neighborhood Convenience Store: Beer & Wine ~ Liquors ~ Cigarettes ~ Lottery ~ Groceries: Monday to Friday: 6:30 to 10:00 ~ Saturday: 7:00 to 10:00 ~ Sunday: 7:00 to 9:00
Support Kingston's Business Community. Please Patronize Local Advertisers.

Tag archive for ‘susan munford’
By Bradford Randall On Friday, July 19th, 2013
2 Comments

[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
2 Comments

“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 Bradford Randall On Saturday, June 22nd, 2013
2 Comments

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 Thursday, May 9th, 2013
0 Comments

“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...

By Bradford Randall On Thursday, March 28th, 2013
0 Comments

Town meeting push to make Kingston feather-friendly amuses Selectman Arruda

TOWN HOUSE- Next weekend’s town meeting will be no game of chicken. Kingston’s poultry lovers should be in full force next Saturday to voice their support for making Kingston a feather-friendly community More...

By Bradford Randall On Thursday, March 28th, 2013
1 Comment

(KJ.com FEATURE) TAKING DOWN JOE CASNA: EASIER SAID THAN DONE?

This April will be a symbolic anniversary for Kingston’s political jack-of-all-trades. Next month will mark 10 years since Joe Casna, now the chairman of three of the most powerful boards in town, first stormed More...

By Bradford Randall On Tuesday, March 19th, 2013
1 Comment

CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME: Selectwoman Sue Munford rallies Kingston’s Facebook community to fight local case of poverty

KINGSTON- For some of Kingston’s poorest residents, only the turnips of springtime bring relief from the frigid winter nights. Recently, Selectwoman Susan Munford got to meet one of those residents. The resident, More...

By Bradford Randall On Thursday, March 14th, 2013
1 Comment

(VIDEO) Fran Bothelo-Hoeg announces big plans for Adams Center; BOS tasks trustees to oversee Kingston’s “orphan building”

TOWN HOUSE- Fran Bothelo-Hoeg was all smiles after the selectmen voted unanimously to establish a board of trustees for the Fredric C. Adams Heritage Center (pictured), which was newly renovated at a hefty price More...

By Bradford Randall On Thursday, February 28th, 2013
1 Comment

Town officials revisit Winter Storm Nemo; Munford thanks Kingston’s helping hands

KINGSTON- Fire Chief Robert Heath, who has been on the job in Kingston since 1977, had never seen more than four people at a emergency storm shelter in town. That all changed earlier this month when Winter Storm More...

By Bradford Randall On Tuesday, February 12th, 2013
0 Comments

Monster Nor’easter causes massive damage in Kingston; more snow possible by Thursday

KINGSTON- As life returns to normal for many on the South Shore, thousands are still in the dark in neighborhoods from Quincy to Cape Cod as crews manage to clear hundreds of downed trees and restore power to areas More...