Comments for: Municipal panel questions transfer of $51,000 from inactive bank account

Posted Oct. 12, 2012, at 12:38 p.m.

GUILFORD | The Municipal Review Committee Inc. — a nonprofit organization that represents 187 Maine municipalities that have their solid waste delivered to the Penobscot Energy Recovery Co. in Orrington — has urged the 28 towns in eastern Maine that comprised the Penobscot Valley Refuse Disposal District in 1983 …

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  • Anonymous

    Why is the BANK not mentioned?  What kind of collusion occured in this scenario?  A name is missing in this story. 

    • Anonymous

      good point!

      • Anonymous

        Yes…it would seem like a key point here.  I also see a “connection” to a person who worked at a local bank and had a lot to do with one of the people mentioned in this article.  Not only that, but she has done questionable acts before!  Where is she now?  Don’t ask.  She also worked for EMDC.   This one’s a real tangled web.  Not blaming anyone in particular, I can’t figure it out, but can see similarities and the same names keep cropping up.

  • Anonymous

    It is our understanding that the EMDC’s president has expressed a willingness to further discuss the matter and share information with the duly authorized PVRDD representatives,” Lounder said in a letter to disposal district members. “In addition to drawing on his institutional knowledge of the PVRDD, the president is spending the transferred funds on programs that closely match the PVRRD’s municipal purposes and functions.”What could these two have in common? refuse disposal and economic development don’t seem to me to have much in common

  • Anonymous

    Who didn’t see this coming?
     Been saying this all along–somethings fishy over there…

  • Anonymous

    It looks like the un-named bank is the one whom the blame should be placed in this situation. I don’t understand how money from one organizations bank account can just be handed over to another organizations bank account with out anyone authorizing it.

  • Anonymous

    Mr. Aube is to blame here. His fingerprints are all over this issue. The solution is also simple–give back the money to the municipalities. 

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