Tuckahoe School District Reprimanded for Lack of Transparency

The New York State Comptroller’s office issued the Tuckahoe School District with citations for not being transparent with their debt payments. The report states that the district’s budget shows $5,200 in tax refunds, but really paid $3.4 million. According to the Comptroller, Tuckahoe also recorded a $2.9 million bond as revenue, and stated this is a short-term solution and the lack of transparency made it appear as though the district was operating with a surplus, leading to an imbalanced budget. The audit also showed that district officials are not following the personal information policy. Interim Superintendent Charles Wilson issued a response to the Comptroller’s office, stating the district’s main concern is to have a clear budget and in the past has implemented procedures to remain transparent to the public and state officials.

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