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April 11, 2013

Ex-Groveland man, out of jail, has new job

Galzerano, convicted of larceny, says he's too busy for community service

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She also ordered, however, that Galzerano will now pay the $65 monthly fee.

Asked outside court why Galzerano did not return to the veterans shelter after his release, Boland referred questions to another attorney, Scott Gleason, who did not return a call for comment yesterday.

Keefe, Galzerano’s new boss, is a former hospital executive who started IMEC in 1995 out of his New Hampshire home and later moved the organization to Massachusetts, according to the group’s website and news reports.

A message left for Keefe yesterday was not returned.

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