Thomas DiNapoli

Growing dependence
Growing dependence
New York state government is collecting more gambling revenues than ever and is becoming more dependent on money from residents who like to take a chance. That's according to a report released by the state comptroller's office. The report shows gambling revenues for the last fiscal year were $3...
Health benefits
Health benefits
State comptroller Thomas DiNapoli says New York veterans are not being properly informed of health benefits available to them. DiNapoli says many vets are placed in the state's Medicaid program rather than in federal programs. He says that's because of poor coordination by the state Department of Health and local social services departments...
"Smart budgeting"
"Smart budgeting"
A state audit suggests the Binghamton City School District has made progress in dealing with big financial challenges. A report released by the office of State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli indicates district officials have "taken appropriate action" to deal with "difficult circumstances...
Grand larceny
Grand larceny
A former village government worker in Steuben County faces felony charges for allegedly stealing more than $40,000 by writing checks to herself. Authorities say 35-year-old Kristina Johnson had been the clerk and treasurer of the village of Riverside...
"Brightening outlook"
"Brightening outlook"
The city of Binghamton may be making progress in improving its financial situation but state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli says the city continues to face "real challenges." DiNapoli visited Binghamton Thursday to release a fiscal profile of the city prepared by his office...
IDA concerns
IDA concerns
New York State comptroller Thomas DiNapoli says the boards in charge of industrial development agencies should be aware their actions will be scrutinized in the future. DiNapoli's office has released its annual report on IDA performance which noted net tax exemptions approved by agencies across the state jumped 16 percent in 2011 compared with the previous year...

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