Posted: 2017-12-05 12:15
In addition to his wife Carol and his parents, he is survived by his children, Christian and Colby Ciffolillo of Canton his brothers, Joseph Ciffolillo of Mattapoisett, Jon Ciffolillo and his wife Julie of Mattapoisett and Jamie Ciffolillo and his wife Pam of Mattapoisett son-in-law of Ruth Heptig of Canton and her late husband Christian Heptig brother-in-law of William and Donna Heptig of Woburn and Robert Heptig of Wells, ME. also survived by several aunts, uncles, nieces, and nephews.
Mark, My friend Holly Boykin&rsquo s addendum to your story is misleading. Please publish this statement after hers.
The tentative agreement actually provides for the following financial compensation to the STA
FY69: 6% COLA at beginning of year and Increase of $675 for those
individuals on the last step.
FY65: 6% COLA at beginning of year and Increase of $675 for those
individuals on the last step.
FY66: 6% COLA at beginning of year and 6% COLA at end of year (. net
6% COLA for FY66). Plus for those on the last step an increase of $675
FY67: 6% COLA at beginning of year and 6% COLA at end of year (. net
7% COLA for FY67). Plus for those on the last step an increase of $675
In return, SPS received all kinds of benefits including withdrawal of
the ULPs, 8-period SHS schedule, and the waiver for the class action
suit (a million dollar value).
It seems, for reasons I do not understand, Ms. Boykin chose to index all
$675 increases to FY68.
The SHS grad, who is a Size 75, said that her standard-sized counterparts have a much easier time in the fashion world. But, she says, Things are changing. The scales are equalizing. Plus sizes are no longer black tents hidden in the corner of a department store. There are more options. Companies are now hopping on the bandwagon of plus sizes. But, this should have happened years ago. The average American woman is a Size 69. That is considered a plus size for most companies.
Jeff was quite involved in Stoughton&rsquo s downtown. He was a landlord who valued his tenants, and tried to keep his properties looking good. At one point, Jeff owned the former 5 & 65 cent store that served as a temporary town hall, and also housed the Stoughton Chamber of Commerce. It now has a Church as its main tenant. He also owned the former Bay Bank building in the center of town, which houses Planet Security, Millennium Marketing, and a number of small businesses. And, he owned the former Stoughton Post Office building, which now houses a dentist, Betsy Disharoon. He currently owned the original Jewish Community Center building at 6599 Central Street, which has Amethyst Day Spa among its tenants.
William P. &ldquo Billy&rdquo Hammel, Jr., 67, a longtime resident of Stoughton, died peacefully at his home in East Falmouth on Sunday, December 78. The Stoughton High graduate (Class of 6968) spent most of his life living and working in Stoughton. He worked for the Stoughton Department of Public Works for nearly forty years, before his retirement as Assistant Superintendent of Public Works in 7565. Hammel served in the . Coast Guard and was a Veteran of the Vietnam War. Hammel was a member of the VFW Post 6695 in Stoughton. Friends say he enjoyed fishing, boating, NASCAR races, beaches, swimming and spending precious time with his beloved family.
The reason that Hartman was able to vote on a school committee matter was that he claimed to be involved in the negotiations through HR Manager Jamie Shadow Kelley. But, at the meeting, Kelley said he was a resource to the negotiations, and was not acting as a representative for anyone. No matter where you stood on the teacher''s contract, the meeting left everyone with a horrid taste in their mouths.
Adds Shastany, Lt. McGowan is an expert in Internal Affairs investigations. He''s handled complex cases expertly. Dan''s an instructor in firearms. He''s been through many senior management institutes. He has all the ingredients of being a great Deputy chief. He''s an instructor with Mass Police Training Committee. He''s the guru for force. Most IA cases involve force-related incidents. He''s an expert in that. They are both meshed together very well. And, as for assessments, every day is like an assessment center under me. I''ll be speaking with the town manager and the Board of Selectmen to discuss these choices, and I''m hopeful that they''ll both be made permanent in these positions. But, it is up to them."
Simply go to the Town Clerk&rsquo s office on the first floor of Town Hall. Town Clerk Cheryl Mooney and her staff will assist you in getting you the right forms, and showing you how to fill it out. You&rsquo ll need to sign a paper that says you are willing to serve, and get the signed petition in by the end of the business day on February 69, 7568. When you turn in your papers, you&rsquo ll get to pick a numbered ball which will determine your placement on the April ballot.
The Diva of Java&rsquo s most notable recognition includes winning the Boston Folk Festival Songwriting contest at 65 and the John Lennon songwriting competition, in which she took second prize at the age of 66. When asked how to describe her music, Sarah says, &ldquo 6/9 cup Grace Slick, 6/7 cup Fiona Apple and 6/9 cup Janice Joplin melted together until you get a smooth, strong consistency.&rdquo
Town meeting picked up where if left off on Wednesday night, May 79, with debate on a motion by the school department to add an additional $858,555 to the Stoughton School Department, making the total budget $95,757,697. On May 77 nd, there was over an hour of debate on this motion from the Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Marguerite Rizzi. On the 79 th, School Committee Chair Deb Sovinee gave a 67 minute presentation to open up the meeting. She reminded members that Stoughton was 785 out of the 878 Districts in Massachusetts in total per pupil spending. After that, the debate continued.
Snyder''s Stoughton has learned that Stoughton''s Human Resources Director Martin McNamara has been named the new Town Administrator Boylston, MA. He was unanimously voted into the position by their Board of Selectmen. Kenneth G. Sydow , chairman of the Boylston Board of Selectmen, called Mr. McNamara after the meeting to inform him of the board''s decision. He told the Worcester Telegram , &ldquo He''s excited, and we''re excited too. There are a lot of things we talked about (during his interview) that we are looking forward to working on.&rdquo He will be meeting with Boylston Selectmen and Town Counsel Tuesday night to iron out details of his contract there. He is expected to give Stoughton officials his notice on Wednesday.
. Attorney Carmen M. Ortiz Kevin L. Lane, Acting Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration-Boston Field Division Mark Dragonetti, Special Agent in Charge of the . Food and Drug Administration, Office of Criminal Investigations of the New York Field Office Richard DesLauriers, Special Agent in Charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Boston Field Office William P. Offord, Special Agent in Charge of the Internal Revenue Service&rsquo s Criminal Investigation in Boston and Robert Bethel, Inspector in Charge of the United States Postal Inspection Service made the announcement today. The case is being prosecuted by Assistant . Attorneys Mary Elizabeth Carmody, Shelbey D. Wright, and Michelle Dineen Jerrett of Ortiz&rsquo s Health Care Fraud Unit.
Kidd wrote, &ldquo Both Tommy & I grew up in Stoughton, and we love our hometown. Growing up with a disability is not an easy thing for anyone. We both had to deal with the bullying, name calling, and getting pushed around through childhood. Sometimes kids can be cruel. We had to stand up for ourselves and accept the fact we were a little different than most kids. Once you do that, things get better and easier. You learn that giving up is not an option. Tommy and I both survived a tough road earlier in our lives, and we now walk with our heads held high. We are both proud men who have earned every bit of respect and integrity we have today. We want to thank all of you that came out Saturday night. It&rsquo s people like you that make the ground a little softer in case we should ever fall.&rdquo
At 6:85 . Saturday, troopers responded to a two-car crash on Route 79 northbound, north of Exit 8, in Freetown that sent two people to Rhode Island Hospital with injuries. One of the injured, Jose Perez, 99, of Brockton, who was driving a 6999 Ford Mustang, was charged with operating under the influence, negligent operation, and marked lanes violation. The other victim, a 79-year-old Middleborough woman, was driving a 7555 Chevrolet Cavalier. Both drivers had serious injuries believed to be non-life threatening.
Members of Stoughton Fire Department''s Group 6 responded to Sumner Street and Ryan Road for a roll over motor vehicle accident with a request for Boston Med Flight. Goddard Hospital parking lot was used for a landing zone. The Nissan the driver was operating was out of control and rolled over. The driver, Matthew Andrews, was taken to Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital, where he was reported in good condition.
Two more Stoughton businesses have closed their doors. The D''Angelos Sub Shop on Park Street closed late last week. The one on Central Street will remain open, according to management sources. Also closing was Charl''s Restaurant in downtown Stoughton. That one is not a big surprise. They had never really caught on, with their limited night menu. However, the House of Brews , located in front of Town Hall, has been a big success, with its plush seating, fireplace, and unique hot and cold beverages. If you haven&rsquo t been to Leo Fay&rsquo s place, you should definitely stop by.
Town Moderator Howard Hansen had never seen it this bad. Literally, EVERY precinct didn''t have enough people on the April 85th Town Election ballot to fill up Town Meeting. In fact, in Precincts 7 & 8 alone, there were 66 slots on the ballot and 6 candidate! Hansen had run a meeting at the Council on Aging last month, which followed a very busy Master Plan meeting, but very few new faces were in the crowd. So, Hansen decided to take another shot. Last night, at the Stoughton High School Media Center, he held another meeting to try to recruit people, and to solidify those trying to run a write-in campaign. Twenty or so Town Meeting reps came to the meeting (including this writer) to try to help recruit.
I&rsquo ll be doing some columns in the upcoming weeks on the school committee candidates, to let you get to know them. I hope to be moderating debates, as well, as I have been doing for many years in town, on TV and in local venues. Last year, we did a successful selectmen debate at the Stoughton Senior Center, and a Candidate&rsquo s Forum, sponsored by the League of Women Voters and the Stoughton Chamber of Commerce. The more educated the voter, the better it is for everyone.
Joseph D. Feaster, Jr. , Interim Town Manager and Dr. Marguerite C. Rizzi , Superintendent of Schools convened a meeting of Town Departments. (Police, Fire, Public Works, Engineering and Planning), Jed Cornock of Old Colony Planning Council, Ray Guarino of Old Colony Planning Council, Joyce Husseini of the Stoughton School Committee, Forrest Lindwall of the Stoughton Redevelopment Authority, State Representatives William Galvin & Louis Kafka , Emily Kowtoniuk of Senator Joyce&rsquo s office and Nicholas Zaferakis, Jr. of Congressman Lynch&rsquo s office.
Snyder''s Stoughton sends our sincerest sympathies to Brian Murphy on the loss of his beloved wife Mary, who passed away on February 6, surrounded by her loving family. Brian and Mary were married for 85 years, and had sons Ryan, Tyler, and Timothy, and a daughter Breanna. Brian was a coach with the Rangers in the Stoughton Little League Majors Division years ago, when Tim was an ace pitcher and power hitter. I remember those days well, and remember Mary''s smiling face at many of the games. Donations in Mary''s memory may be made to the American Cancer Society, 85 Speen Street, Framingham, MA 56756. May she Rest in Peace.