State Comptroller’s Office to audit Seneca Falls in 2018

The State Comptroller’s Office will audit town of Seneca Falls financial records in 2018.

Brian Butry, deputy press secretary for Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, said the town recently was informed of plans to conduct an audit in 2018.

“We do not have a timeline for when the review will begin,” Butry said.

State auditors have been at the town municipal building for more than a month to determine if the audit was going to take place. That decision has now been made.

In addition, at the Town Board’s September meeting, board member Tom Ruzicka made a motion to have all financial records of the town subject to a forensic audit by an independent auditing firm, including all fiscal policies and procedures. The motion was approved, 5-0.

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