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March 21, 2015

Selected reports and information published by New York State's Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli during the week ending March 21, 2014

Selected reports and information published by New York State's Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli during the week ending March 21, 2014
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Comptroller DiNapoli Releases Municipal Audits New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli Wednesday announced his office completed audits of the:

Village of Franklinville,  
 

City of Olean, and  

Walworth-Seely Public Library.


Leading the Way in Transparency As Sunshine Week comes to an end, we are proud that U.S. PIRG, a non-profit consumer group, has ranked New York one of 14 ‘leading states’ in providing online access to government spending, thanks to Comptroller DiNapoli's transparency website, Open Book New York. A testament to his commitment for continuous improvement to transparency, 2015 marks the first time New York has scored an ‘A-’. Read the full report online at: Following the Money 2015.


DiNapoli: Former Riverside Village Clerk Pleads Guilty in $50,000 Theft Former Riverside clerk-treasurer Kristina Johnson will do jail time and pay $50,000 in restitution after admitting Friday to repeatedly pilfering village coffers to pay for white water rafting and dating through Match.com, State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli announced Friday.


DiNapoli: Former Treasurer Arrested in Tupper Lake Fire Department Theft Former Tupper Lake Volunteer Fire Department Treasurer Timothy J. Brown was arrested on grand larceny charges Monday after allegedly stealing up to $20,000 as he spiraled into credit card debt.


DiNapoli: State Tax Collections Slightly Stronger Than Exepcted in February But Remain Volatile Tax collections of $4.9 billion in February were $21.6 million above the state’s latest estimates, according to the monthly cash report released Wednesday by New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli. Through 11 months of the fiscal year, tax collections were $636.6 million higher than originally projected, and $19 million higher than the latest estimates.

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