Preliminary Audit of Hampton Finds Questionable Spending, Poor Record-Keeping
Published February 1st, 2014
HAMPTON -- Residents of the City of Hampton in Bradford County want to know where their tax dollars are going after a preliminary audit conducted by state officials uncovered numerous cases in which city leaders failed to keep adequate records.
Those include city employee salaries, city vehicle logs, as well as thousands of dollars in expenditures that did not serve the public's interest.
TV20's Trent Kelly reports, while residents have a lot to say about these findings, the city itself does not.
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