William Tauro’s New Book “Stealing Somerville: The Death of an Urban City” Collates Information that Proves an Abuse of Power within Government Sector
Recent release “Stealing Somerville: The Death of an Urban City” from Page Publishing author William Tauro details the corrupt practices of local government officials by presenting published articles as proof.
William Tauro, a dedicated and prolific author, has completed his new book “Stealing Somerville: The Death of an Urban City”: a gripping account that discusses the prevalence of defamation and abuse of authority in the government at a local level.
Author Tauro sheds light to the negative impact of greed and covetousness that destroys moral foundation. “Stealing Somerville: Death of an Urban City is an expose of abuses, a compilation of articles from Somerville News Weekly, a local newspaper. William Tauro is investigative journalist and publisher of newspaper.
Tauro shows pervasive effects of Joseph Curtatone’s six terms in office.
Sources claim exit ramps leading to small businesses were closed to drive them out, as well as houses and properties being taken by eminent domain. The local government administration and development partners do not give market value for properties.
Land is appropriated by city and housing is built under the aegis of local government. People who want to build use companies approved by the administration. Bids of contractors and vendors are tampered with so negotiations favor municipal administrators.
The administration charges firefighter candidates $10,000 to secure employment. One case resulted in death. The candidate, a navy SEAL, and scoring high on the entrance exam, was turned down. His father refused to pay the fee. The candidate took his life.
Cover-ups are made by the police for the administration. A policeman, the mayor’s cousin, attempted to rob a deceased victim’s valuables. A gay policeman was denied rights to address negative treatment. His pension is questioned.
Curtatone’s alleged drug usage fuels problems. No rebuttals or charges have been filed against Tauro.
An investigation by the federal government is under consideration.
Curtatone was reelected for a seventh two-year term. The Board of Aldermen was replaced by new blood due to Tauro’s publications during election. Hopefully, this change will reach the mayor’s office.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, William Tauro’s thought-provoking narrative evokes rational thinking in understanding the undesirability of corruption and its adverse effects upon the society.
Readers who wish to experience this intellectual work can purchase “Stealing Somerville: The Death of an Urban City” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.