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Yates County community for troubled youth files Chapter 11 (access required)

State claims Freedom Village USA owes $1.5 million in back wages

The head of a religious residential community for troubled youth in Yates County said a Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing has nothing to do with the state Labor Department’s $1.5 million claim for unpaid wages. “I don’t think we’re going to lose that battle. I think we’re going to win that one. That has nothing to do ...
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