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Audit: Charleston highway employees paid for time not worked

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Highway employees in the town of Charleston were paid for a total of about three work weeks over six months that were not actually worked, according to an audit released this week by the state Comptroller’s Office. Auditors going over six sample months in 2012 and 2013 recently found a number of errors in the town’s Highway Department payroll system. The audit report claims the errors were made through a combination of poor time-card completion ...

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