Merrimack Education Center executive director under investigation for abuse of funds


Merrimack Education Center executive director under investigation for abuse of funds
The current director of the Merrimack Education Center (MEC) is under investigation that he used the organization’s funds for bonuses, personal purchases, and inflated pensions. According to a letter written by Inspector General Gregory Sullivan and sent to MEC’s board members, John B. Barranco had used the non-profit’s credit card for thousands worth of personal expenses and arranged …

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