Dame said much of the increase in the payroll occurred after GLCAC received a dose of federal stimulus money.
The tax form was due six months ago, but GLCAC received two three-month extensions. It was filed with the IRS Monday, hours before the extended deadline ran out.
"Today's timely filing of IRS Form 990 is another important milestone along GLCAC's road to recovery," Dame said in a prepared statement accompanying his release of the document. "The filing of this Form, along with other important actions such as the approval and implementation of a new whistle-blower policy, the passage and implementation of other governance policies, and the commencement of an in-depth board member recruitment process, demonstrate that a new day has dawned for the GLCAC."
GLCAC provides child care, job training, nutrition counseling and other social services to 27,000 low-income people in Lawrence, Methuen and the Andovers.
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