Not Just A Select Few
Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "Doubt Raised On Stones":
I agree with the concept that
"it's wrong to attack people without rock solid evidence that they are, indeed, corrupt". I do not agree that Enfield is a well-run Town. It is anything but a well run Town.
The previous blogger is either a politician or "other person of interest" being written about in the various blogs.
And I believe that it is out of frustration that the kinds of accusations are appearing on this blog. The shenanigans going on in Enfield are real. It is bad for the Town and the majority of its citizens on the one hand and has benefited a "select" few in Town on the other hand. This is wrong.
Just take the Enfield Fed land deal along. A previous developer was denied from building on this land. Wetlands issues, etc. The Troiano's come along and now we have not only a bank building but a 30,000sf office building. I'm sure this is a money making deal for the Troiano's, which it should be. That's what capitalism is about. And the location is prime. Tearing the buildings down is just part of the cost of construction. No one did it with the motive of improving the appearance of the intersection (although it has). It was done for profit. For the Troiano's to make money off their lease. That's fine. For the Bank to make money by having a location with much better visability and more space.
My problem is 1)why was another developer denied and the Troiano's approved to build not one but two building on that parcel and 2)why should the Bank that is making money be given a tax break when they benefited by the move to the new location.
So when these kinds of things happen, they do not happen just coincidently. Things are going on behind the scenes. And they keep on going on for the same players and are being orchestrated by the same players.
The people of the Town of Enfield are not stupid. They are frustrated and want to have a fair playing field for all, not just a "select" few.
Posted by Anonymous to The Cool Justice Report at 1:46 PM