GLENS FALLS, N.Y. -- Comptroller Tom DiNapoli's office has released an audit on Glens Falls that includes high marks and a few concerns.
DiNnapoli gave the city high marks for keeping orderly budgets, but says there are a few concerns over reportedly low levels of the surplus and general funds. Another relates to the civic center, which the comptroller's office says gets more than half a million dollars a year from the general fund to operate.
City officials said they accept the report and are working on correcting any issues. When it comes to the civic center, the building is being appraised in case the city decides to sell it, but officials said that bringing in high profile shows, such as Phish, will help keep it afloat.