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Wednesday August 22, 2007

Nexus CEO Resigns

Mille Lacs News Staff Writer

 

At the special meeting of the Onamia City Council this afternoon, Mayor Larry E. Milton announced that Nexus CEO James D'Angelo has resigned. According to Milton, the head of Nexus Inc. and Nexus Diversified Community Services will conclude his tenure with the company at the end of December of this year.

 

For the past several years, Jim D'Angelo was in charge of the Nexus corporation, which operates four juvenile treatment centers; Mille Lacs Academy in Onamia and the Gerard Academy in Austin, MN, as well as Indian Oaks Academy and Onarga Academy in Illinois. Recently he was working towards building a new facility on the Grosslein/Bye 38 acres in Bradbury Township, which was going to be annexed by the City of Onamia in order to move approximately 94 sex offenders from the Crosier Monastery where they are currently held.

 

As for the future of Nexus in the Onamia community, everything is still up in the air, Milton indicated. D'Angelo had stated that if Nexus did not receive property tax exemption, they would indeed leave the area. It appears that whatever the fate of Nexus, Mr. D'Angelo will soon no longer be in charge of it.

 

 

 

 

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