Eagle Tribune investigation of Lawrence agency leader
March 20, 2011 by DickH Posted in Greater Lowell 1 Comment
Today’s Eagle Tribune has a major story about the work habits of Philip F. Laverriere Sr., the executive director of the Greater Lawrence Community Action Council since 1974. According to the story, this nonprofit agency is now a $30 million-a-year operation “funded almost entirely by federal and state tax dollars.” The investigation found that while Laverriere did show up to work each day by 9 am, he always left at noon and then spent the rest of the day at the Lawrence Elks, playing cards or video poker.
One Response to Eagle Tribune investigation of Lawrence agency leader
Just another example of the welfare industrial complex running amuck. These people don’t want to solve the solve the poverty problem, lest they lose their jobs.