A CT group home director wants to cash in on her state-funded properties

Rivai H Tukimen

For nearly four decades, Malcolm and Margaret Winkley have run a pair of nonprofits in Connecticut that serve individuals with developmental disabilities.

And over the course of those 40 years, the husband and wife used their authority over the two organizations — and the taxpayer money they received — to amass millions of dollars’ worth of real estate.

A CT group home director wants to cash in on her state-funded properties

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