Sharon Scanlon has pleaded not guilty to allegedly taking more than from the city over 10 years, during her her 17-year career in the Finance Department.
Scanlon, who is accused of 57 felony larceny charges, is on the docket in Milford Superior Court reserved for more serious charges. She resigned months before her Jan. 23 arrest.
Her attorney is William F. Dow III, who entered the plea for her, according to the Connecticut Post.
Judge Frank A. Iannotti set April 23 for her next court appearance. Outside the courtroom, Scanlon declined to comment, according to the newspaper.
A lien may be placed on Scanlon's Crescent Drive home over the alleged theft, and the city has filed a lawsuit against her.