Falmouth resident Jennifer Carr is assembling a committee to recall Council Member Ann Goggin.
The reason she is doing this is because it is her opinion that the positions and actions being taken by Goggins are no tin the best interest of property owners in Falmouth.
Goggins supports and has initiated a very aggressive VERNAL POOL ordinance which if passed would decimate property values.
The proposed ordinance is to be discussed on May 15th at the Falmouth Town Hall.
GOGGIN'S GOT TO GO![/b]
[i]I believe town council member Ann Goggin's politics and policies are not only disastrous to Falmouth's economy but will paralyze economic growth in the community, destroy property values and drastically reduce property owner's rights. I have spoken with people about Ann Goggin's, it is evident that many in the town are disgusted with her willingness to use her position, for her extremist environmental policies with no concern for the negative financial repercussions they have on the town's people, property owners and businesses.
It is my opinion and the opinion of the people who have helped me start this action, that Ann Goggin is using her position to advance her radical environmental views and will cripple the town if she is not stopped. I do not believe she represents the majority of Falmouth residents. I voted for her and feel she misrepresented herself and her reasons for wanting to be on the Town Council.
The final straw was her trying to impose a new ordinance for ANY Vernal Pools which includes a retroactive ban on building anything within 250 foot radius of any vernal pool. That adds up to approx. 5 acres of land around any vernal pool. This is the ultimate land grab! She's gotten away with this before in lesser ways and she's getting bolder. Goggin's got to go! [/i] Jennifer Carr
A committee is forming to begin the proceedings to recall town council member Ann Goggin. FMI contact Jennifer Carr at email@example.com
In a meeting last night it was being discussed to increase the setback to a 500 foot radius.
I support Jennifer Carr and and applaud her for being brave enough to take action and for being an advocate for property owners.
It is my position that any rule, ordinance, or law, whatever they want to call it, that is passed subsequent to the purchase of a piece of property by anyone or any entity should not apply to that property unless the property is sold and changes hands. If we allow this to happen no one's investment in Maine property is protected.