Wednesday, June 6, 2012
Former Framingham human resources director Sandra Charton said Julian Suso fired her because she was a whistle-blower and because she was a woman.
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
According to the Cape Cod Times, a former employee of Falmouth Town Manager Julian Suso has dropped a lawsuit which accused him of violating state and federal anti-discrimination laws. The plaintiff, Sandra Charton, worked for Suso as a human resources director in his former capacity as Framingham Town Manager until she was fired in 2009. She alleged that she was fired in retaliation for questioning his decision to lay off eight town employees, seven of whom were either minorities or over the age of 40. Charton said she was fired because she was a whistle-blower and because she was a woman. Instead of pursuing the case in Superior Court, Charton says she will now pursue the case with the state's anti-discrimination commission. A hearing …
Thursday, May 10, 2012
See what Falmouth Town Manager Julian Suso had to say in response to our readers' questions.
Join Patch's live chat with Falmouth Town Manager Julian Suso today starting at 10:15am. Questions will be published in the order in which they were received; questions emailed prior to the event will receive priority.
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
Falmouth Patch will host a live chat with Town Manager Julian Suso tomorrow at 10:15am.
Falmouth Patch is going high-tech tomorrow, May 10, hosting a "live chat" session with Town Manager Julian Suso beginning at 10:15am. Can't join the chat? The deadline to submit your emailed questions for Mr. Suso is 9am tomorrow. So if you've got a concern or suggestion about the way the town of Falmouth is run, send them along now to email@example.com. You can also type in your questions in real time on the article page once the chat commences. Let the chatting begin!
Monday, May 7, 2012
Our new weekly feature lets you know about important deadlines coming up for the Falmouth community.
We've seen hundreds of events come and go in the community, but how often does one pass you by that you wish you hadn't missed out on? That's where we come in. Each week Falmouth Patch will post a quick reminder about the events, activities or important tasks whose deadlines have come. This week, we're reminding you that Thursday, May 10 at 9am is the deadline to submit your emailed questions for Patch's live chat with Falmouth Town Manager Julian Suso. So if you've got a concern or suggestion for Mr. Suso about the way the town of Falmouth is run, submit your questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: the live chat will start at 10:15am on that day, so you can also type in your questions in real time on the article page once …
Wednesday, November 2, 2011
Suso will report for work next week as Falmouth's new Town Manager.
After more than six months of a tumultuous town search process marked by infighting and finger-pointing, the wait is over: former Framingham Town Manager Julian Suso has formally accepted the position of Falmouth's newest Town Manager. In September, the Board of Selectmen voted, 4-1, to hire Suso over three other finalists. Since then, Suso and the Board have been hammering out the details of his contract: $150,000 annual salary with four weeks of paid vacation, 15 sick days and three personal days each year. Suso will report for work next week, replacing interim Town Manager Heather Harper, who has been in the job since former Town Manager Robert Whritenour resigned one year ago. Framingham has struggled with some of the same waste water…
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Besides finally choosing a new town manager, the Board of Selectmen filled vacancies in several other town offices, and formed two committees.
At a long and busy meeting on Monday night, the Board of Selectmen filled vacancies in a number of town offices and committees. Besides appointing Julian Suso Town Manager, the board voted to make Mark Sullivan Chief of the Fire Rescue Department, appointed Don Lincoln the director of Veteran Services, and filled the rosters of the Water Quality Management Committee and Charter Review Committee. Sullivan has been with the Falmouth department for 28 years, serving as firefighter, EMT, Lieutenant, Captain, and Deputy Chief before taking over as acting chief on the retirement of Paul Brodeur. Acting Town Manager Heather Harper said Sullivan's skills and professionalism were “evident in his daily work, as well as his approach to problem …