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Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Recently reaffirmed Islesboro manager resigns -- Marc Charles


Those damn selectmen always get in the way! :)


IslesboroA month after his contract was extended, Islesboro town manager Jeff Grossman has resigned, apparent due to conflicts with the board of selectmen.

Speaking on Dec. 23, Grossman, who has served in the position since November 2009, pointed to problems he had working with a relatively new board, describing his decision to leave in the kind of terms people might typically reserve for divorces and other awkward separations.

"There were four new board members and the fit just didn't seem to be right," he said. "So I think it's best for both me and the town to move in the direction that's appropriate for each other."

Asked if the problem was related to personalities, Grossman called it "mainly a difference in management style and goals."

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Meadow Street Rockland Maine Home For Sale -- Steal

Here's another bank owned home on Meadow Street.

This is a good location and neighborhood. You're out of the south and north ends of Rockland, in the country but in Rockland. Easy access to stuff.

Just a heads up.....


Marc Charles
The King of Business Opportunities

Monday, January 9, 2012

State police probe computer impersonation case at Camden Town Office

Kinda funny......

Disgruntled employees or colleagues with access to computers and the Internet -- oh my.

Marc "The Troublemaker"

Camden — State police are investigating the Camden development director for possibly impersonating a state government official who holds the job he once held.
No criminal charges have been filed against Camden Development Director Brian Hodges.
The state police computer crimes unit obtained search warrants Dec. 20 to seize the computer and computer records at Hodges' office at the Camden Town Office and at the home where Hodges lives in West Gardiner.
The investigation began Oct. 17 when Maine Community and Economic Development Director George Gervais asked to talk to the state police. Gervais complained that someone was sending out emails to state employees, purporting to come from Deputy Commissioner Deb Neuman.
The emails came from the address with the screen name "Deb N." Neuman has a radio show called Back to Business. Neuman was hired by Gervais in July to be deputy commissioner.

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