The city recently paid out 1.2 million to the law firm of Mintz Levin, and specifically for representation led by former Governor Bill Weld.
The objective was to show Eversource, the electricity generating giant with a firm foothold here on our waterfront, who the boss is.
The opposite appears to have happened.
Eversource has shown the city who the boss is – and God bless them – they didn’t pay outside lawyers $1.2 million to achieve their end.
Everett paid – that is the mayor approved the payment of $100,000 a month – for the “negotiations” over-taxation of the Eversource property.
Eversource remains the city’s largest taxpayer at $15 million a year.
What exactly was the $1.2 million paid in $100,000 increments given to Mintz Levin forgiven the fact that the city’s chief assessor is now doing the negotiations himself?Continue reading City pays out $1.2 million for what?