State comptroller critiques Jordan-Elbridge school district’s financial practices

An audit by state comptroller's office found some faults with the Jordan-Elbridge Central School District's finances.

The audit compared the district's general fund total revenues and appropriations to "actual results of operations" from 2013 through 2016, finding that the district's actual revenue variances for those four years were about 2 percent. While the report deemed the district's original budget variances to be "reasonable in total," it noted the district enacted transfers to the district's capital projects not included in original adopted budgets.

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