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ABINGTON

Health office disputes probed

By Robert Carroll
Globe Correspondent / August 10, 2006

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High summer has brought high tension to the Abington Health Department, where longtime health agent Michelle Roberts and health board chairman Anthony Pignone are locked in an acrimonious ``he-said, she-said" dispute. Accusations include mismanagement of thousands of dollars, allegedly by Roberts, and sexually suggestive comments allegedly made by Pignone to Roberts and her secretary, Maureen Kilroy. (Full article: 1247 words)

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