TV coverage on Boston’s ABC affiliate Channel 5.
The main error is the statement that the Trust has generated no money for the schools in the past decade. While the funds generated were still not close to what could have been generated with prudent management, you can see in the analysis here that most of the funds generated in the modern era came in the last decade.
The fate of Little Neck finally gets picked up by the Associated Press. It was the #1 national news story on Yahoo for much of the weekend.
AP article on Yahoo
The article can be found on NPR, Huffington Post, ABC, CBS and many others now.
It has also started to be respun for specialty sites such as Nonprofit Quarterly.
For someone who wasn’t very interested in this issue for the decade that it mattered, she sure does seem interested in it now.
Appeals – AG – 120224 – Opposition to Motion to Stay
Here is a newly made compilation of historic texts related to William Paine and the Feoffees for those who are interested in the details.
History – 20120224 – Historic Texts on William Paine and the Feoffees
Statement and lineage of Gordon Fisher, a direct descendant of William Paine.
Descendants – 120223 – Gordon Fisher
Justice Peter Agnes, Jr. is scheduled to hear our appeal on Friday, March 2 at 2:30 PM in Courtroom 3 of the John Adams Courthouse, 1 Pemberton Sq., Boston (near Government Center)
Your tax dollars hard at work, regardless of what the Selectmen think. More than just “settling” the Probate Court case, the School Committee is now sending money to its lawyers so that they can craft arguments that are diametrically opposed to the arguments they made with the first $700,000 of taxpayer money.
Appeals – SC – 120222 – Opposition to Motion to Stay