An East Milton woman who said she was the subject of a several months long investigation by an attorney hired by the Select Board, took the board to task with a five-minute address during the Citizens Speak portion of its April 10 meeting.

(Editor’s note: The issues behind Cindy Christiansen’s remarks during the April 10 Select Board meeting follows a story reported March 28 in the Milton Times, “Court rules in favor of Christiansen.” The Times has filed public records requests and will report further on concerns raised by Christiansen. On two occasions at Quincy District Court, despite having the court docket number to review the filings and clerk magistrate’s ruling, the request was denied.)

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