April 15, 2017

Audits issued by the New York State Comptroller during the week ending April 15, 2017 Source: Office of the State Comptroller


Audits issued by the New York State Comptroller during the week ending April 15, 2017
Source: Office of the State Comptroller

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Audit finds major problems with City of Rochester School District's payments

The Rochester City School District's payroll processes are disorganized, highly decentralized and not administered uniformly, resulting in errors that are costing taxpayers, according to an auditreleased by State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli.

Auditors also found numerous problems with how the district managed its purchases.


New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli also announced his office completed audits of the

Town of Arietta – Budgeting

Buffalo Sewer Authority – Industrial Waste Section

Town of Cheektowaga – Credit Card Purchases

Town of Dover – Fire Protection and Ambulance Services

Village of Ellicottville – Procurement

Genesee County Soil and Water Conservation District – Cash Receipts and Disbursements

Village of Malverne – Procurement

Village of Pelham – Information Technology

Rochester Land Bank Corporation – Monitoring Subcontractor Performance

Schroon Lake Fire District – Cash Disbursements

Village of Speculator – Claims Auditing
and the

Village of Walton – Bio-Digester Capital Plan.


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