By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
DERBY >> More than 100 “unhappy” senior citizens have signed a petition in hopes of convincing a judge to deny a request for accelerated rehabilitation by the former director of the Derby Senior Center, who was fired last year for allegedly embezzling thousands of dollars from them.
Current Director Susan Churchill appeared before the Board of Aldermen Thursday, to make them aware of and to ask their support for the petition, which as of Friday afternoon, had been signed by 110 seniors and others.
“The seniors are very unhappy and want justice served,” Churchill said.
Churchill and several seniors plan to attend the March 30 hearing of former Director Sarah Muoio at Superior Court in Milford, where a judge could make a decision to accept or reject Muoio’s request
Read more here:
Alycia Filippone and Sal Aconfora prepare meatballs for the festival ANSONIA- Holy Rosary parish will sponsor its 50 th annua...
Samuel Rodrigue, center, with his parents Glen and Melissa SEYMOUR - Seymour 5th grader Samuel Rodrigue was recently recognized as one...
HARTFORD - House Republican Leader Themis Klarides and her sister State Rep. Nicole Klarides-Ditria are continuing to fight to pass leg...