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Barre Look to Saugus Where Investigation Remains Ongoing

Barre Look to Saugus Where Investigation Remains Ongoing

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Published by Craig Shibley
In July 2013, one month after Deputy Sheriff David H. Tuttle and Worcester DA Joseph Early claimed Wonderland's "probe" would be concluding, the Office of Inspector General sent the City of Saugus a little love note demanding certain documents.
Recall, Outsiders it was Wakefield's Powers & Sullivan which conducted a forensic audit in Saugus while doing a similar "exercise" in this Hole.
In Saugus law enforcement continue to investigate. The same goes for Wonderland despite certain falsities disseminated by the local media and political hacks...
Here's the full news report as printed in the Saugus Advocate.
In July 2013, one month after Deputy Sheriff David H. Tuttle and Worcester DA Joseph Early claimed Wonderland's "probe" would be concluding, the Office of Inspector General sent the City of Saugus a little love note demanding certain documents.
Recall, Outsiders it was Wakefield's Powers & Sullivan which conducted a forensic audit in Saugus while doing a similar "exercise" in this Hole.
In Saugus law enforcement continue to investigate. The same goes for Wonderland despite certain falsities disseminated by the local media and political hacks...
Here's the full news report as printed in the Saugus Advocate.

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Published by: Craig Shibley on Sep 26, 2013
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Town to partner with UMass to develop performance management programbySaugus News• July 26, 2013 •
By Patrick CochranEarlier this month, Town Manager Scott Crabtree received a request from the Office of the
 Inspector General
requesting correspondence and documents in the town’s possession relating to thecommunication between former Town Manager Andrew Bisignani and a dozen businesses.The letter requests documents from Jan. 1, 2007 to Dec. 31, 2011.The list of vendors included Agganis Construction, Brother’s Auto, Caruso Construction, Cooper Brothers Paving, G/J Towing, J. Marchese and Sons,
 Kevin Bobrek
 , LA Mechanical,
 RemovalSpecialists
 ,
Scott Wethersbee Construction
 , Water Works Supply and Wayne’s Drains.

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