The City of Dixon has seen a slight recovery after the arrest of its former comptroller.
Finance Director Paula Meyer reported during a city council meeting on Monday that the city has seen $3 million in growth after Rita Crundwell's April arrest. Crundwell pleaded guilty to stealing over $53 million from the city since the early 1990s.
However, despite the recent rebound, Meyer says the budget is still off by $16.6 million and the capital development fund is the worst off, with a loss of about $2.4 million.
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