The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on April 15, 1993 · 26
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Thursday, April 15, 1993
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26 THE BOSTON GLOBE THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1993 EX officer cleared on cover-up charge WOONSOCKET, R.I. - A police panel has found a suspended captain guilty of disobeying orders, but innocent of more serious charges alleging a cover-up in the 1982 murder of Doreen Picard. The three-member panel suspended Capt. Maurice Jalette for 60 days but cleared him of 13 other charges after hearings. Jalette, who has been suspended for 16 months, will return to work in June. Police Chief Rodney Remblad said the ruling was too lenient and predicted the case would be appealed to the state Supreme Court. Among the dismissed allegations, against Jalette was a "neglect of duty charge," in which the government claimed he received a tip in 1984 about the Picard case and failed to pass the information to investigators. Police say the informant told Jalette that Raymond (Beaver) Tempest murdered Picard. Tempest was convicted last year in the case. 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Downsized stadium proposal fails to allay neighbors' anger ByBobHohler GLOBE STAFF Newton Mayor Theodore Mann, a longtime supporter of Boston College and its football team, had some advice for BC's president yesterday after hearing a 30-minute pitch for a 12,000-seat addition to Alumni Stadium. "I told him they ought to think about playing in Foxborough," Mann said of his conversation with Rev. J. Donald Monan. "And I said the most important thing for them to do right now is draw the neighborhoods in as equal partners in the planning process." "That should have started a long time ago," Mann added, echoing other political leaders and community activists from the city halls of Newton and Boston to the residential streets of Chestnut Hill. As Father Monan and BC officials spent the day yesterday detailing plans for the stadium expansion to Boston-area newspapers and television stations, many of the plan's opponents seethed. "He's been beating a path to all the editorial departments with his slide show, but he isn't beating a path to our neighborhoods," said Marion Alford, president of a Brighton civic association that opposes the expansion. "He talks about neighborly concerns, but he doesn't show any." Public officials and neighborhood residents who have long complained about severe traffic congestion and parking shortages during BC football games said that ' any expansion could further jeopardize public safety in surrounding areas of Newton, Brookline and Boston. Patricia Otis, president of the 300-family Chestnut Hill Association, referred to the Newton fire chiefs recent testimony that traffic was so gridlocked before a game last year that he feared his s f V- ' security problems. But part of the ? proposal would require placing a new stop on the Riverside MBTA'i line behind the pumping stations' on Beacon Street near Cleveland !" Circle, an unpopular plan among G residents. A pedestrian walk would bV' built next to the pumping stations', ' which are a national landmark. ' 1 Father Monan 'has heen beating a path to all the editorial departments with his slide show, but he isn't beating a path to our neighborhoods.' MARION ALFORD Brighton civic activist department would not be able to respond if an emergency occurred. Alumni Stadium is located in a largely residential area with narrow streets. "Our position is that they should remove seats at the stadium," Otis said. "We think they can handle 20,000 seats comfortably. If they took away 12,000 instead of adding them, we might be in a good place." BC officials said their plan would alleviate traffic, parking and "Those of us who appreciate, the beauty and elegance of those" buildings want it preserved," said Clare Waldman, a Brookline Town Meeting member who lives near by. "I'm appalled that BC would even consider such a thing." r; Waldman said the area is al-.'' ready in "a state of crisis because of the stadium's impact" on game , days. "Even without the games,,.) we're a very fragile area in terms ,;i of traffic," she said. "Cleveland ; i Circle is the fifth-most dangerous a intersection in the state. Howm much more do we have to take?" " Community activists plan to ar-' , gue against the plan tomorrow be-k fore Massachusetts environmental ". officials. They are organizing 4" demonstration Monday on Heart- "' break Hill near Boston College ; during the Boston Marathon. And they plan to present their case to Brookline selectmen on April 27. But even at Boston College, not everyone is thrilled about the decision to expand the stadium by 12,000 seats. The football coach, Tom Coughlin, had pressed for 18,000 additional seats in January when he negotiated a new contract. 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