Commuter Rail Shakedown? Questions About $105K Invoice

April 9, 2014

No one can accuse the Reverend Eugene Rivers of being shy and retiring: he’s been an outspoken critic and contrarian about issues in Boston’s minority neighborhood for decades.

Now though, a front-page Boston Globe column by Adrian Walker says Rivers and the Revered Bruce Wall are behind a group trying to get the Keolis Transportation Company to pay them for advisory services, even though the company has no contract with them. It all makes for a classic “he said, she said,” except for the very real presence of that $105,000 invoice.

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  • Michael McCormack is a lobbyist representing Keolis and a former Boston City Councilor.

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