AG sees no criminal wrongdoing on Belmont town administrator's part regarding ex-spouse's insurance
BELMONT — According to a letter from Atty. Geoffrey W.R. Ward of the Criminal Justice Bureau to Condodemetraky that was dated November 14, he determined that Town Administrator K. Jeanne Beaudin and Administrative Assistant Cary Legace didn't conspire to falsify documentation that would permit Beaudin's ex-husband to stay on the town's health insurance when the couple divorced in 1999.
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