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Audit says Stillwater overtaxed some

Village residents spared some townside costs

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The state Comptroller’s Office warned the town of Stillwater in an audit released Wednesday that it incorrectly budgeted some expenses and needs to tighten its information technology policies and the town clerk’s procedures. The audit found the town puts an unfair burden on residents who live outside the village, charging them for certain town expenses that should be shared among all residents, including those in the village. The town pays for town buildings, the town ...

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