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News The OIG Recommends the Boston Retirement Board Recover $67,000 from Retired Boston Headmaster

4/06/2020
  • Office of the Inspector General

The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) examined the post-retirement earnings of Linda Nathan, a former Boston Public Schools headmaster, and found that she exceeded her post-retirement earnings cap and owes more than $67,000 to the Boston Retirement Board. The OIG determined that as the executive director of a non-profit organization created to support a charter school in Boston, Ms. Nathan was “rendering service” to a public body and was subject to the limits in Section 91(b) of Chapter 32 of the General Laws.

Linda Nathan's Violation of Post-Retirement Earnings Limits

Office of the Inspector General 

The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) is an independent agency that prevents and detects fraud, waste and abuse of public funds and public property and promotes transparency in government.
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