The Sullivan Report

        DOCUMENTS

1/25/16

Guy Santagate's 2016 revised employment contract







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11/5/12

Resolution Letter for Stevens High School

Code Violation # 12

Resolution Letter for the Claremont Middle School

Code Violation # 6

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Code Violation # 8

Claremont Middle School Door Safety & Security Improvements Project Bid Cover Sheet

Resolution Letters

Bluff Elementary School

Maple Avenue Elementary School

Disnard Elementary School

Sugar River Valley Regional Technical Center

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                       10/29/12

Claremont City Center Zoning Proposal

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                          2/6/12

Claremont Planning Board Applications.

Russell Fowler

Kenneth Harlow

Stephen Cutts

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2/3/12

Claremont Police Commission Applications & Resumes.

LLoyd Smrkovski

Richard Berrio

Patrick Howe

Deborah Cutts

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4/9/10

Forclosure Deed Under Power of Sale transfering title of the Odd Fellows Building from them to Claremont Goodfella's LLC. Note on the last page of this document the last sentence of the first paragraph.

Claremont Goodfellas creation filing

Claremont Goodfellas's filing listing Kyle Messier as the building manager.

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1/25/10

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                       8/22/09

Excerpts from Claremont City Council Meetings regarding the property assessment inequities that occured in the late 1990's and how the 2001 City Council solved it.

JANUARY 12, 2000

NOVEMBER 8, 2000

JULY 11, 2001

AUGUST 8, 2001

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                       4/24/09

MERRIMACK COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT RULING THAT THE PROPOSED TAX CAP FOR CONCORD NH IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL.

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                       3/5/09

    THE REST OF THE STORY!

The Secret Audit report Claremont City Officials tried to hide from the public!

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                     12/2/08

Excerpt of August 13, 2003 City Council Minutes. The first page shows who voted, the second and third pages depict the segment of the meeting regarding the passage of Santagate's new purchasing policy.

Excerpt of September 10, 2003 City Council Minutes. The first page shows who voted and the remaining pages depict the segment of the meeting regarding the passage of Santagate's new purchasing policy.

Excerpt of December 10, 2003 City Council Minutes. The first page shows who voted and the remaining pages depict the segment of the meeting regarding the Aquarion Contract deal.

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                            EPISODE # 4

                  AQUARION DOCUMENTS

             TATONKA LEASE PAYMENT DOCUMENTS

       NH DES LETTER STATING THAT SOIL AT

  MONADNOCK PARK SHOULDN'T BE TOUCHED!

WHY DIDN'T CLAREMONT PARKS AND RECREATION

      DIRECTOR SCOTT HAUSLER AND THE CITY

     MANAGER WARN THE PUBLIC ABOUT THIS?

       WHY HAVEN'T THEY DONE ANYTHING?

 NEW ENGLAND PARK ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE THAT

      CLAREMONT ASSESSOR DAVID MCMULLEN AND

 CLAREMONT NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR DALE GILES

               ARE GIVING A PRESENTATION AT.

PRESS THIS LINK TO READ THE HOUSING STUDY DONE FOR DEERFIELD NH ENTITLED "DOES OPEN SPACE PAY?"

EXCERPT FROM APRIL 6, 2006 GRANTHAM PLANNING

BOARD MEETING MINUTES WHEN GERALD COOGAN

 PRESENTED HIS ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY FOR A

       DEVELOPER WHOM HE WAS REPRESENTING.

  

CLAREMONT CITY MANAGER GUY SANTAGATE  BUYS A

             $364,900 CONDO IN MANCHESTER NH. 

   TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 5TH ZONING BOARD NOTICE

GIS PHOTO OF WHERE THE PROPOSED NESSET HOUSING

                DEVELOPMENT WOULD BE LOCATED.

                     PARCEL IS OUTLINED IN RED.

POINT OF REFERENCE: ACROSS THE STREET IN BLUE

MUHD ZONE, THE LARGE PINK BUILDING AT BOTTOM OF

ZONE IS THE HOSPITAL AND THE LARGE PINK BUILDING

     AT THE TOP OF THE ZONE IS THE NURSING HOME.

 

          $1 MILLION BOND ANTICIPATION NOTE

                     DUE DECEMBER 1, 2006.

PRESS THIS LINK TO READ THE 2005 CHELSEA STATE OF THE CITY REPORT

 

PRESS THIS LINK TO READ THE 2006 CHELSEA STATE OF THE CITY REPORT

PRESS THIS LINK TO READ THE APRIL 13, 2006 BOSTON GLOBE ARTICLE ABOUT CHELSEA MA ENTITLED "TRACING HISTORY OF DEFICITS"

                            UPDATE!

MS. NESSET REQUESTED THAT HER CLUSTER

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT BE REMOVED FROM THE

SEPTEMBER 5 TH CLAREMONT ZONING BOARD

MEETING AGENDA. HERE IS A COPY OF HER

APPLICATION (WHICH CAN BE RESUBMITTED AT

ANY TIME).

NOTE: ITEM # 1- "OUR PURPOSE WOULD BE TO SELL

LOTS, NOT DWELLINGS."  WHAT CHANGED?

NOTE ITEM # 7 - REGARDING THE IMPACT APPROX. 200

SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN WOULD HAVE ON THE

CLAREMONT SCHOOL SYSTEM, A NAMELESS SCHOOL

REPRESENTATIVE "FELT THAT THERE WOULD BE NO

PROBLEM WITH ABSORPTION." WHO IS THIS PERSON?

ACCORDING TO SCHOOL BOARD CHAIRMAN DAVID

PUTNAM THE CLAREMONT SCHOOL SYSTEM ONLY HAS

CAPACITY FOR ABOUT 200 KIDS THROUGHOUT THE

ENTIRE SCHOOL DISTRICT AND THAT IF MOST OF THE

KIDS LIVING WITHIN THIS DEVELOPMENT ARE GRAMMER

SCHOOL AGE, EITHER A NEW GRAMMER SCHOOL WILL

HAVE TO BE ERECTED OR AN ADDITION BUILT ON TO AN

EXISTING SCHOOL.

BESIDES NEW FACILITIES, ADDITIONAL STAFF AND

PERHAPS MORE BUSES AND  BUS DRIVERS WILL BE

NEEDED AS WELL. THIS IS WHY CLAREMONT NEEDS TO

CREATE AN IMPACT FEE FOR DEVELOPERS (AS OTHER

COMMUNITIES HAVE DONE) IN ORDER TO PROTECT THE

CLAREMONT TAXPAYERS.

                          EPISODE # 3

                               UPDATE

CHANGES HAVE BEEN MADE TO THE ZONING

ORDINANCE THAT WAS PASSED ON FIRST

READING ON JUNE 14 TH BY THE CITY COUNCIL

      AND WILL BE VOTED ON JULY 19 TH.

THIS IS NOT THE VERSION THE PLANNING BOARD

REVIEWED OR THE VERSION THAT HAS BEEN

POSTED ON THE CITY OF CLAREMONT'S WEBSITE.

        WHEN WERE THESE CHANGES MADE?

HOW CAN THERE BE A SECOND READING WITH A

PUBLIC HEARING WHEN MAJOR CHANGES HAVE

  BEEN MADE WITHOUT PUBLIC NOTIFICATION?

SHOULDN'T THE SECRETARY OF STATE OR THE 

ATTORNEY GENERAL RULE ON THE LEGALITY OF

     THESE CHANGES ON THE SECOND VOTE?

HERE ARE THE PAGES THAT HAVE BEEN CHANGED.

     THE HOUSING DENSITY ZONING ORDINANCE

           USE THIS LINK TO LEARN WHO IS ON

       VITAL COMMUNITIES ADVISORY BOARD

                www.vitalcommunities.org/vcboardad.htm 

     USE THIS LINK TO ACCESS THE FARMLAND

INFORMATION CENTER REPORT ENTITLED THE

  "COST OF COMMUNITY SERVICES STUDIES"

     THAT CLAREMONT RESIDENT ARTHUR LUCE

    MENTIONED AT THE JUNE 26TH PLANNING

                        BOARD MEETING

            www.farmlandinfo.org/documents/27757/fs_cocs_8-04.pdf

          

                              IMPACT ON

          AGRICULTURAL RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT

       IMPACT ON RURAL RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT

 

COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS BETWEEN CLAREMONT'S

    EXISTING LAW & THE ADMINISTRATION'S

            PROPOSED ZONING CHANGES.

                EXISTING CLAREMONT LAW

   THE ADMINISTRATION'S PROPOSED CHANGES

       CLAREMONT PLANNING BOARD MEETING

          MINUTES REGARDING THE PROPOSED

     ZONING AMENDMENT TO ALLOW INCREASED

                       HOUSING DENSITY.

                                UPDATE!

ACCORDING TO THE NH BUSINESS REVIEW APRIL

 28, 2006 EDITION - THE CONCORD CITY COUNCIL

     ENDORSED A ZONING CHANGE TO DECREASE

    HOUSING DENSITY - THE EXACT OPPOSITE OF

     WHAT CLAREMONT OFFICIALS WANT TO DO.

                             EPISODE # 2

          EPISODE # 1 - THE TATONKA LEASING DEAL

Note:  Post Script at the bottom of the page written by Claremont Finance Director Mary

Walter.                           

Note:  Section number 2 - Claremont City Solicitor Jane Taylor states concerns.

Note:  First paragraph

Note:  Second paragraph

Note:  Last paragraph - money built up in 5 months for Highway Department Vehicles

Note:  First paragraph - money built up in 5 months for Utility vehicles

Note:  Uniform Commercial Code Documents

Note:  Items 3 and 6

Note:  Reimbursement Check # 1

Note:  Reimbursement Check # 2

Note:  Former DPW Director Paul Fredette reimbursed $380.00,   $190.00  and  $189.98  for

                 lodgings totalling $759.98  (first 3 items of following ledger document)

Note:  Marriott bill shows that $474.60 was paid with a Visa Card and $285.38 was

                 paid with a Mastercard

Note:  City of Claremont pays Tatonka $474.60 for room City already reimbursed it's former 

                   DPW Director Paul Fredette for.

Note:  Document below states that Tatonka paid $474.60 of Marriott Hotel bill with a

                 Visa Card

Note:  Inquiry into criminal activity?