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  • Published
    December 14, 2011

    Corruption in small town Maine costs taxpayers $800,000 in past five years

    Last summer, a former deputy clerk and treasurer of the town of Newburgh was sent to jail after pleading guilty to taking the town’s money — nearly $200,000 of it. Last spring, the Pleasant Point police chief plead guilty to taking $33,000 from the Passamaquoddy tribe. Last year, the former Frenchboro treasurer plead guilty to a $5,250 theft; the former Amity town manager plead no contest to the charge of …

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