Stockport audit provides money trail
Jun 13, 2013 6:54 am
Nathan Mayberg reports in the Register Star Stockport town officials now have some idea of what happened to approximately $250,000 in missing town funds. An auditor report found a mix of overspending and accounting errors contributed to the shortfall. Auditors Pattison, Koskey, Howe & Bucci, criticized the accounting practices of former Stockport town bookkeeper, Mark Fitzgerald. The audit also takes issue the town board decision to authorize the building of a new park in Columbiaville without putting the project out to bid. Stockport Supervisor Matt Murell has also asked the state Comptroller's Office to investigate the town's finances further. The audit is available to the public at the town hall. Read the full story in the Register Star.