MOUNT PLEASANT, N.Y. -- The Office of State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli criticized the Town of Mount Pleasant's budgetary practices and called on the town for reform in a recent audit according to theexaminernews.com.
The audit expressed concern about the Town's reliance on reserve funds as a source of funding. The comptroller's office has asked the town to submit a written plan of correction within 90 days, theexaminernews.com said.
Town Supervisor Joan Maybury acknowledged the town's reliance on reserve funds in previous years citing the struggling economy as the primary reason. Maybury also said that budgets moving forward have the town in a better financial situation, according to theexaminernews.com.