NEON announces significant layoffs

Officials with the Norwalk anti-poverty agency NEON say they will lay off more than 100 employees. They say the cuts are necessary after it lost

NORWALK - Officials with the Norwalk anti-poverty agency NEON say they will lay off more than 100 employees.

They say the cuts are necessary after the agency lost some of its program contracts.

The government stripped NEON of its head start contract last month after allegations of financial mismanagement.

The head of the agency says his goal is to restore NEON's credibility and integrity.
 

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