From the Office of the State Comptroller
DiNapoli: New Yorkers Facing $43 Billion in Added Taxes if Congress Fails to Act on Fiscal Cliff
If Congress fails to act to avert sweeping federal tax hikes and sharp spending cuts by January 1, New Yorkers could face more than $43 billion in tax increases and lose $609 million in federal aid in 2013, New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli said Thursday in a speech to the Business and Labor Coalition of New York in New York City. Read DiNapoli’s report.
DiNapoli: Ulster County Waste Management Agency Likely Overpaid for Services
The Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency likely overpaid for landfill use, waste hauling and fuel because of questionable bidding practices, according to an audit released Friday by State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli.
DiNapoli: Excelsior Charter School Lease Costing An Extra $800,000 Annually
Board members of the Brooklyn Excelsior Charter School approved the lease of Excelsior’s school building from a related business at a rate almost $800,000 per year above market value, according to a report issued Friday by State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli. DiNapoli’s auditors also cited that the company that manages the school, National Heritage Academies, refused to divulge financial records supporting expenses it charged to Excelsior.
DiNapoli: DOCCS Could Save Millions on Health Care
New York State could save as much as $20 million a year if the Department of Corrections and Community Supervision applies to the federal Medicaid program for inpatient care for eligible inmates, according to an audit released Wednesday by State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli.
Comptroller DiNapoli Releases Municipal Audits
New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli Wednesday announced his office completed the audits of:
the Town of Binghamton;