Condo owners: Penalty for company too light (MA)

Two executives of a Haverhill-based property management company received probation earlier this month and were ordered to pay restitution to several condominium complexes they were accused of stealing money from.  The executives pleaded no contest to the thefts, which police said happened between 2012 and 2014.  But now, condo association residents who said they were victims of the Shawmut Properties company said the punishment does not fit the crimes — billing condo associations for services never performed and having company workers add hours to time cards.     Read the article…………..


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