Coventry board calls in State Police

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copyright the Chronicle October 19, 2016

by Elizabeth Trail 

COVENTRY — The State Police have been asked to take a look at the unfolding accounting crisis in Coventry.

Last week, an attorney specializing in municipal law, Paul Gillies of the Montpelier firm of Tarrant, Gillies, & Richardson, came to the office to have a preliminary conversation about the town’s recordkeeping issues.

“He took a look at what we’re dealing with and he said: Scott, you need to call the State Police immediately,” Selectman Scott Morley said at Monday’s select board meeting.

Mr. Morley had what he described as a ten-minute conversation with State Police Trooper Jeff Ferrier.

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