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Former employee sues NKHS

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by Joseph Gresser

In addition to the other difficulties that have rocked Northeast Kingdom Human Services (NKHS) over the past few weeks, including a damning evaluation from state regulators and the resignation of CEO Tomasz Jankowski, the mental health services provider is facing a lawsuit filed by its former top lawyer.

James Lillicrap, a former assistant Orleans County State’s Attorney, and son of Nancy Warner, the former chair of the NKHS board of directors, claims he was fired in retaliation for bringing serious problems to the attention of his superiors and the board.

He is asking the court to award him his lost wages and other damages…

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