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Loudonville adult home administrator fired over sex abuse allegation

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The administrator of an adult home where a maintenance worker and registered sex offender was accused of inappropriately touching a woman has been fired, a representative for the facility said Tuesday. The administrator at Loudonville Home for Adults, Melissa Brown, was fired Saturday, said Paul Larrabee of Corning Place Communications. “She was discharged for failing to exercise the appropriate judgment stemming from incidents involving the safety and welfare of residents,” Larrabee said. Larrabee declined to ...


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