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Jun 20, 2018

Former Croton Fire Chief Gerald Munson charged with $313,000 FD theft

The Journal News

Former Croton-on-Hudson Fire Chief Gerald Munson was arraigned in Village Court on Wednesday morning in the theft of $313,000 from department coffers.

Jun 15, 2018

$360M needed for locally-owned dams, comptroller says

Daily Gazette

Comptroller: More than half of New York State dams are rated as either unsound or deficiently maintained.

Jun 13, 2018

Vallone, DiNapoli Rally For School Safety

Queens Gazette

Standing with New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, parents, teachers and students on June 11, Council Member Paul Vallone held a rally in support of improving school safety throughout the city. School safety continues to be a major issue in the national spotlight and changes need to be made to ensure that students can learn and grow in the safest environment possible.

Jun 13, 2018

State audit finds $1B in 'unnecessary' Medicaid premium payments

Niagara Gazette

AUDIT: State DOH paid $1.28 billion for Medicaid enrollees who already had private insurance.

Jun 13, 2018

Syosset financial advisor charged with $5M Ponzi scheme

Long Island Business News

A Syosset-based financial advisor allegedly scammed at least 14 people, most of them senior citizens, in a $5 million Ponzi scheme, officials said Tuesday.

Jun 6, 2018

State Audit Finds False Elevator Inspections, Safety Hazards Overlooked by Outside Contracted Companies in New York City

NBC New York

Private elevator inspectors in New York City are allegedly missing dangerous violations and allowing unsafe conditions to go unrepaired, a state audit reveals.

Jun 6, 2018

Former Lake George Watershed Coalition leader sent to jail

The Post Star

The former director of the Lake George Watershed Coalition was sent to jail Wednesday after a judge increased his bail in light of additional, weightier criminal charges filed in an indictment.

Jun 5, 2018

Comptroller: Mayfield town clerk stole $35,000

Albany Times Union

A former town clerk in Fulton County was arrested on Tuesday for allegedly stealing thousands of dollars in public money, state Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli said.

Jun 4, 2018

State Controller Thomas DiNapoli begins audits on school safety in wake of national school shootings

New York Daily News

In the wake of a spate of school shootings across the country in recent years, state Controller Thomas DiNapoli wants to see if the state and New York City education departments are doing enough to ensure schools are safe.

May 30, 2018

New York ABLE program open for enrollment


The New York ABLE program is open for enrollment.