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Angelo R. Buonopane (L), who will reimburse the state for eight days of missed work, appeared with former New York mayor Rudolph Giuliani and Governor Mitt Romney in 2002.
Angelo R. Buonopane (L), who will reimburse the state for eight days of missed work, appeared with former New York mayor Rudolph Giuliani and Governor Mitt Romney in 2002. (Globe Staff File Photo / Tom Herde) Globe Staff File Photo / Tom Herde

Aide to pay $20,000 for missed days

By and Connie Paige
Globe Correspondent / April 5, 2005

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Governor Mitt Romney yesterday ordered Angelo R. Buonopane, the director of the state Department of Labor, to pay $20,000 in restitution to the state for unauthorized time off taken by Buonopane since January 2004, in response to a Globe report Sunday that showed Buonopane worked less than three hours a day. (Full article: 568 words)

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