By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
ANSONIA >> The city and its former longtime town/city clerk have
reached a settlement regarding ownership of more than $260,000 in fees
accumulated by the clerk’s office over 14 years.
The Board of Aldermen during its meeting Tuesday unanimously approved a
settlement where Madeline Bottone, the former clerk who served in the role for
16 years before retiring last year, and the city will split $262,000 remaining
in a city-maintained bank account.
“The City and Ms. Bottone mediated this matter before retired District Court
Judge Alan Neves last week,” said Corporation Counsel John Marini. “Ms. Bottone
claimed the balance of the account as her retirement savings. The City, however,
concluded that the funds were taxpayer property based on provisions of the
Ansonia Charter, Code and Connecticut General Statutes.”
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