Shawmut Properties trial continued again

Members of condo associations in the region will have to wait until late this year, at soonest, to see if two members of a Haverhill-based company are found guilty of stealing $100,000 from the associations.  The trial of the executives of a Haverhill-based property management company accused of stealing about $100,000 from several condo associations has been continued to the fall.    Read the article………….


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