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Comptroller's Office Scrutinizes Washingtonville Village Hall, Finances

By Mark Gerlach 

WASHINGTONVILLE – Washingtonville’s village hall project and other financial activity was recently put under a microscope by state comptroller Thomas DiNapoli’s office. The outcome wasn’t good. 495 more words


Thomas P. Dinapoli

We have new appreciation for TPD. We’re not sure when we acquired it exactly. At some point a while back, it just occurred to us that this guy is pretty steady. 690 more words

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Audit Finds NYC Subway Delays Increased Last Year

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — The New York City subway’s on-time performance declined last ear, according to an audit by the state comptroller’s office.

The audit found on-time performance in 2014 dropped to 74 percent on weekdays and 81 percent on weekends compared to 81 percent and 85 percent in 2013. 361 more words


New York Assemblyman Pleads Guilty to Corruption Charges

New York State Assemblyman William Scarborough, a Democrat representing Queens, has agreed to enter guilty pleas to state and federal charges related to misusing his campaign funds and state travel reimbursements, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli announced today. 460 more words

'Nothing Good to Come Out of a Late Budget,' DiNapoli Warns

State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli today warned of consequences for both New York’s image and its internal workings if the budget negotiations between Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the leaders of the state legislature stretch past the April 1 deadline. 550 more words

It's All About the Bonus; Colorado's State Budget Gone to Pot; Vera Bradley's Headed Overseas

Fat cats…

Good news, that is, if you work on Wall Street. According to new data from New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, bonuses are up 3% in broker-dealer firms. 473 more words

DiNapoli to speaking during Comptroller's Breakfast

ALBANY, N.Y. – State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli will lay out his plans for 2015 during Monday’s Comptroller’s Breakfast.

DiNapoli is expected to talk about state and local issues and his priorities for the coming year. 26 more words