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Methuen panel seeks ouster of fired official

St. Ann’s CFO served on city retirement board

By Travis Andersen
Globe Staff / December 19, 2011
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The Methuen Retirement Board is seeking the resignation of a member who was recently fired from her job as the chief financial officer of a local home and school for disabled children, following the discovery of financial irregularities at the school. City Auditor Thomas J. Kelly, who chairs the retirement board, said yesterday he will ask fellow members to dismiss Sharon Cutter, the former chief financial officer of the St. Ann’s Home & School on Haverhill Street, at the board’s regularly scheduled meeting Thursday.

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