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State audit sheds light on town of Mohawk’s sloppy finances

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Town of Mohawk officials were confused enough about their finances to welcome a recent audit from the state Comptroller’s Office. “We’ve been using the same financial system for the last 30 years,” said Town Supervisor Gregory Rajkowski. “The last supervisor got it from the supervisor before, then showed me. There were some problems with it we were happy to learn about.” An audit report released by the office of state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli Thursday went ...

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grant18
September 20, 2013
10:24 a.m.

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With a $1.5 million budget & a $1.6 million fund balance, maybe they'll just skip a year's taxes? Fat chance!

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