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Hello! New York State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli is in Watertown today, and as part of his visit (his office is also hosting a conference on leadership in local government) he’s released a new report on that city’s financial...
New York’s Comptroller, Thomas DiNapoli, will be in Watertown tomorrow to release a new report on Watertown’s fiscal health. He’ll release the report as part of a conference, the “Local Government Leadership Institute,”...
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We need to very carefully monitor what the revenues are and what the spending is so that we end this year in balance.
Albany, NY, Jan 16, 2012 — The State Comptroller finds that tax revenues are coming in at a lower than expected rate. Karen DeWitt reports that the news comes just days before Governor Cuomo is scheduled to release his state budget. Go to full article
The weakness that we all know in the economy continues...That has an impact on state revenues.
Albany, NY, Oct 21, 2011 — The outlook for next year's state budget is looking increasingly grim, as a new report from the State's Comptroller brings more bad news about tax collections. Karen DeWitt has our story: Go to full article
Albany, NY, Oct 12, 2011 — State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli says Wall Street is having another bad year--and he's saying that could have a negative impact on New York State's budget. In Albany, Karen DeWitt has the details. Go to full article
Albany, NY, Sep 19, 2011 — New York's Comptroller, Tom DiNapoli, says the state budget is still balanced-but just barely so. DiNapoli says the August cash report shows the state's financial plan is operating on a "razor thin margin." In Albany, Karen DeWitt has the details. Go to full article
Albany, NY, Aug 10, 2011 — New York State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli is proposing a remedial fund for hydro fracking, similar to the state's oil spill fund, to reimburse citizens if they suffer environmental damage from the gas drilling process. In Albany, Karen DeWitt has the details. Go to full article
Albany, NY, Aug 09, 2011 — State comptroller Tom DiNapoli says even after the big drop on Wall Street yesterday, he believes the state's massive pension fund can withstand market swings. Karen DeWitt has more from Albany. Go to full article
If those monies arenít forthcoming, where do we come up with the money to fill those gaps and still provide services?
Albany, NY, Jul 28, 2011 — New York State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli says if President Obama and Congress do not agree on a way to increase the federal debt ceiling, the default could affect New York State in a number of ways, from a weakened state pension fund to significant gaps in the state budget. Go to full article
by Chris Knight
Lake Placid, NY, Dec 30, 2010 — State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli released a scathing audit of the village of Lake Placid's finances Wednesday. DiNapoli's office found village employees had collected more than $110,000 in payments for accrued leave time and benefits that they were not entitled to receive. State auditors said the village should get law enforcement officials involved and try to recover the money. As Chris Knight reports, village officials say they've taken steps to address the deficiencies uncovered by the audit. Go to full article
by Brian Mann
Albany, NY, Jun 24, 2010 — State officials in New York announced yesterday that they're suing BP. They hope to recover hundreds of millions of dollars in losses suffered by the state's pension fund after the oil giant's stock price plummeted. Brian Mann has our story. Go to full article