Earlville mayor resigns after arrest for grand larceny

EARLVILLE – Earlville Mayor Toni Campbell’s resignation was read Monday night before the largest number of media ever present at a board meeting in this village of less than 800 residents.

Campbell, of 21 Greene St., allegedly stole more than $42,000 from Chenango Valley Pet Foods of nearby Sherburne where she was finance manager. She was charged with grand larceny and falsifying business records on July 2.

About 20 residents and 10 media representatives packed the village hall to hear a one-sentence statement read in public session. Campbell was not present. The letter, which was dated July 11, was delivered by village Attorney William H. Getman.

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