AG: Harbor Homes CEO paid well while organization struggles financially
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One of the largest social services agencies in Nashua has poor financial controls and is not meeting its contractual duties, according to a review by Attorney General Gordon MacDonald, whose office also called on Harbor Homes to reconsider the “high-end” salary paid to chief executive Peter Kelleher.
MacDonald’s Charitable Trusts Unit made a host of recommendations for Harbor Homes, which contracts with state and federal agencies to provide social service programs in the greater Nashua area. Harbor Homes programs include drug and alcohol treatment, housing for the mentally ill and veterans, and home services for the elderly.