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Johnstown to state: 'It's been a real joy'

Supervisor responds with snarky offensive

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Johnstown’s town supervisor has accused a state agency of trashing the town in more ways than one. The state agency’s reply: Don’t blame us for your (literal) mess. The unusual exchange is contained in an otherwise routine audit by the state Comptroller’s Office that was released Friday. The office, in a Report of Examination for the 2013 calendar year, took the town to task over its payroll procedures involving its Highway Department. In an appendix ...


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birmy
July 12, 2014
7:58 a.m.

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Let's not jump to conclusions folks. The supervisor might of said what she did to the auditors to gain publicity for this incident which she is trying to stop through best practices going forward (such as not allowing for you to earn overtime when your home sick). Secondly, the 2 highway workers nearing retirement might not have been paid for unused leave hours and once they found out they felt sick about it.

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