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Better monitoring needed

April 21, 2012
The Leader Herald

Margaret Shaver, 39, of 913 County Highway 122 in the town of Johnstown, was charged by city police with felony third-degree grand larceny and four misdemeanor counts of second-degree falsifying business records.

The amount was $43,000. She should be too embarrassed to show her face in this county.

Anyone who steals from a charity is a disgusting individual. (Shaver is accused of taking money from Adirondack Mentoring Partners while serving as its executive director.)

I have one question: Who checks on the people responsible for the money? This isn't the first time this has happened. These nonprofit agencies need to wake up and have more people verifying the money coming in and going out. This gives charities and nonprofit agencies a black eye. Who wants to donate if the money may be stolen by employees? It's sad someone would stoop so low to steal from a nonprofit agency.

JILL BELL

Gloversville

 
 

 

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