Boardman woman gets probation, jail time for stealing from condo association
YOUNGSTOWN — A Boardman woman was sentenced today to five years’ probation, and will spend the first six months of it in Mahoning County jail, after she pleaded guilty to stealing from the Sunset Knoll Condo Association, while serving as its bookkeeper.
Elizabeth A. Gorski, 49, of Maramount Drive, drew the sentence for grand theft from Judge Lou A. D’Apolito of Mahoning County Common Pleas Court.
The prosecution said Gorski stole about $100,000 from the condo association between October 2009 and December 2012.
Gorski, who has no prior criminal record, stole money from fees paid by the condo owners for maintenance of the Boardman condominium complex, and she has made no restitution to date, said, Michael McBride, an assistant county prosecutor.
The judge also ordered Gorski to forfeit the $33,484 value of her State Employees Retirement System pension to the condo association.
Gorski resigned in February after about 24 years with the Boardman schools, where she was a clerk in the board of education office, who cataloged school library materials.
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