Occasionally, irregularities occur in the administration of our local public agencies —sometimes unintentionally, sometimes otherwise. Some are quickly corrected, others you have to wonder about: a public agency whose books are not outside-audited for five years, for example, or one that uses never-before-heard-of accounting practices.
The Town Crier reports on these and other irregularities and follows up on them as best we can. It’s part of a real newspaper’s community watchdog function.
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