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For the Week Ending May 25, 2014

Local Government Leadership Institute 

Comptroller DiNapoli is sponsoring two Local Government Leadership Institutes again this year. Local government and school district officials can learn ways to enhance efficiency and collaborate with others at“Strategies to Encourage Civic Engagement: Transparency, Technology and...Twitter?”, which will take place June 11th at Hofstra University Club in Hempstead, NY and June 18th at the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY. You can view the agenda and register for either session here.

DiNapoli: State Education Provider Pleads Guilty to Felony Charges

The executive director of special education provider IncludED Educational Services pleaded guilty in Manhattan Supreme Court Friday to grand larceny charges stemming from an audit and investigation by State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli. Morton Kramer agreed to pay $418,000 in restitution as part of his plea agreement and is banned for life from providing special education services for the state.

DiNapoli: Guess? Inc. Agrees to Report on Workplace Safety, Environmental Risks

New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli Monday announced that clothing-maker Guess? Inc. hasagreed to disclose its efforts to mitigate a variety of risks including workplace safety and environmental risks in its supply chain. As a result of the corporation’s agreement to publish an annual sustainability report, DiNapoli withdrew his shareholder proposal that asked Guess? to report each year on its responses to environmental, social and governance issues.

Comptroller DiNapoli Releases Municipal Audits

New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli Wednesday announced his office completed audits ofBroome CountyTown of CharltonConesus No. 1 Fire DistrictConesus Volunteer Fire DepartmentTown of FranklinGenesee County Industrial Development AgencyGreenville Fire DistrictTown of KnoxCity of Long BeachPlymouth Volunteer Fire DepartmentTown of RichmondvilleVillage of Suffern; and Ulster County.

DiNapoli: State Education Contractor Overcharged Taxpayers $430,000

The LaSalle School, an Albany-based special education provider, overcharged state taxpayers by more than $430,000 over a three-year period, mostly for compensation for uncertified teachers, according to an auditreleased Monday by State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli.

Also in the News

NY Comptroller reports agreement with Guess? Inc.

Ex-Cedarhurst special education head admits to $418K theft

Getting paid: $206K in unclaimed funds returned to Staten Islanders following Advance story



If you have any comments or suggestions for future topics to be addressed in this newsletter, we want to hear from you: 

Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli
Office of the State Comptroller
110 State Street, Albany, NY 12236
Phone: 518-473-8409



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