Audit cites errors in Guilford's town hall project

GUILFORD – An audit conducted by the New York State Comptroller’s office concluded that the Guilford town board did not provide sufficient oversight over the town hall building project.



According to the audit report, the amount spent on the project was $554,000 more than the approved amount of $1.65 million. In addition, the comptroller’s office could not find adequate documentation verifying the quality of work and cited problems such as a crack in the highway garage floor and leaks in the ceiling of the town hall.

Additionally, the board neglected General Municipal Law by purchasing gas from a station owned by Highway Superintendent Robert Fleming, which constituted a conflict of interest.


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