The trial of a former New Gloucester deputy treasurer and bookkeeper seeking damages related to those positions wrapped up Thursday after two days of testimony.
The bench trial presided over by Cumberland County Superior Court Justice Nancy Mills stemmed from a civil complaint filed by Sandra Sacco, who resigned from her job in 2013 about three weeks after selectmen met behind closed doors, cutting her hours and axing her benefits. When the town later reversed its decision and restored the job as a full-time position, Sacco was told that her application to return to her old job was filed too late. She had held the dual roles for a decade. Keep reading