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Jun 1, 2015

Head of Wallkill Fire District board charged with stealing nearly $240K from district coffers

Daily Freeman News

The chairman of the Wallkill Fire District Board of Fire Commissioners was charged Monday with stealing nearly $240,000 during a three-year scheme in which he conned a fellow board member into pre-signing blank checks, according to state Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli and Ulster County District Attorney Holley Carnright.

May 11, 2015

DiNapoli audit questions Start-Up ad spending

Politico - New York

State comptroller Tom DiNapoli criticized the state’s decision to spend hundreds of millions of dollars on advertising to promote Governor Andrew Cuomo’s signature economic development programs, including the fledgling Start-Up NY, in an audit released on Monday.

Mar 27, 2015

‘Nothing Good to Come Out of a Late Budget,’ DiNapoli Warns

The Observer

State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli today warned of consequences for both New York’s image and its internal workings if the budget negotiations between Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the leaders of the state legislature stretch past the April 1 deadline.

Jan 30, 2015

90 school districts facings fiscal stress, DiNapoli says

Poughkeepsie Journal

About 13 percent of school districts across New York are facing some level of fiscal stress, according to a report Thursday from state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli.

Nov 4, 2014

DiNapoli, Schneiderman Both Win Big

LoHud Journal News

Nov 4, 2014

Thomas DiNapoli Easily Wins Reelection

New York Observer

Oct 22, 2014

Bennington Town Clerk Arrested Following Audit

The Daily News

Oct 22, 2014

MTA will have to raise fares 15% if it borrows $15 billion to fill budget gap: controller

New York Daily News

Oct 21, 2014

DiNapoli: MTA making progress, but still faces funding challenges


Oct 19, 2014

New Yorkers Delight in Claiming Long-Forgotten Cash

The New York Times

Oct 17, 2014

Retirement Fund Managed Properly


Oct 8, 2014

What States Should Do to Keep Their Cities Out of Bankruptcy


Oct 7, 2014

Wall Street sees drop in profits thanks to big legal settlements

New York Daily News

Oct 7, 2014

Wall Street profits weighed down by fines in 2014: New York State Comptroller


Oct 7, 2014

Analysis: Would An Elected Comptroller Solve NJ's Pension Crisis?

NJ Spotlight

Oct 7, 2014

Editorial: Use discretion in spending the public's money

The Daily Gazette

Oct 6, 2014

Tom DiNapoli: Top 10 Worldwide

Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute

Oct 6, 2014

Audit: Treasurer Hosed Fire Department

Politics on the Hudson

Oct 4, 2014

DiNapoli Rips Roosevelt Island Corp. for Wasteful Spending

New York Post

Oct 2, 2014

Report on MTA Stations Finds Most Are in Disrepair

ABC 7: Eyewitness News