Like marshals, finance director has work to do
Dixon’s new finance director, Paula Meyer, has been on the job for several weeks now. We hope she uses her experience and professionalism to restore residents’ trust in city government. Good luck.
Out at Rita Crundwell’s ranch southeast of Dixon, a small army assembled by the U.S. Marshals Service has been busy dealing with what Dixon’s ex-comptroller left behind after her April 17 arrest for wire fraud.
In Crundwell’s former office at Dixon City Hall, one person is on the job dealing with what Crundwell left behind there.
At the ranch, marshals appear to have done a creditable job auctioning off Crundwell’s hundreds of horses and other property, said to have been purchased with some of the $53 million that Crundwell is accused of misappropriating from city coffers over 22 years.
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