City Treasurer’s Family Moves To Evict Firm At Center Of Insurance Controversy [The Hartford Courant]
|By Jenna Carlesso and Vanessa De La Torre, The Hartford Courant|
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Hybrid and its chief executive officer,
O'Garro, 30, is also the subject of a probe by the state insurance and labor departments.
O'Garro had a three-year lease with the Clouds that began in
Hybrid defaulted on the relocation loan and owes
O'Garro could not be reached for comment.
A memo by the
The city's excess liability coverage remains in place, city officials have said.
The schools memo said that the city's "standard operating protocols" were apparently violated in the wire transfer to Hybrid and that "there may be a conflict of interest" involving Cloud.
Cloud has denied that a personal relationship had anything to do with the city's hiring of Hybrid, saying the company was recommended by an insurance agent,
The city's internal audit commission said earlier this month that it found no criminal or fraudulent activity on the part of Cloud or former Finance Director Molleda with regard to the wire transfer.
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