Trumansburg officials find unaccounted for $16K in their ambulance fund
As Reported on Finger Lakes Daily News, an audit recently completed by the State Comptroller’s office found that village of Trumansburg officials did not ensure that money received for ambulance services was properly recorded, reported and disbursed. As a result, the village had an approximate 16-thousand dollar unidentified cash balance in the ambulance fund.
The unidentified balance resulted from an accumulation of errors since the ambulance fund’s inception in December 2011. The state recommended the village perform a monthly accountability of the ambulance fund and research unidentified funds, collect any amounts owed by municipalities and disburse any amounts due to municipalities.
More Top Stories
The United States is considering a total withdrawal of U.S. forces from Syria as it nears the end of its campaign to retake all of …read more
A third Canadian citizen has been detained in China, Canada’s National Post newspaper reported on Wednesday, citing the Canadian foreign ministry.read more
President Donald Trump promised to win government funding for his planned wall on the Southern border on Wednesday, despite having no path for political victory.read more
The U.S. Senate on Tuesday overwhelmingly passed legislation long in the making and backed by President Donald Trump to reduce sentences for certain prison inmates.read more
Elon Musk’s SpaceX halted on Wednesday the long-delayed launch of a navigation satellite for the U.S. military, failing to complete its first designated national security …read more
Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday she was sticking to a pledge to reduce annual net migration to Britain to less than 100,000.read more