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Appointments To Working Group on Veterans, Service Members & Their Families PDF Print E-mail
State Government
By Administrator   
Thursday, 30 July 2015 05:30

RALEIGH, (SGRToday.com) - Gov. Pat McCrory has announced the following appointments to a working group charged with developing interagency solutions to make North Carolina a more veteran kindly state.

Those who will take seats on the Governor's Working Group on Veterans, Service Members and their Families are:

Cornell A. Wilson (Mecklenburg County)
Florence Stein (Wake County)
Ilario G. Pantano (New Hanover County)
William H. Collins (Wake County)
Cheryl J. Rawls (Forsyth County)
Randy Marsh (Wake County)
Annette Stevenson (Wake County)
Scott Dorney (Cumberland County)
Stuart C. Ruffin (Wake County)
Dr. Beth Barton (Onslow County)
The Honorable Ronald E. Bogle (Orange County)
Kimrey Rhinehardt (Chatham County)
Douglas Taggart (Wake County)
Dr. George E. Millsaps, Jr. (Wake County)
Joseph Westcott, Jr. (Wake County)
Jeffrey Doyle (Durham County)
Denise L. Neunaber (Wake County)
Mark Teachey (Johnston County)
The Honorable David L. Huffman (Wake County)
Eric K. Truesdale (Harnett County)
Henry D. Debnam (Cumberland County)
Daniel F. Hoffman (Orange County)
Betty Jo Shepheard (Forsyth County)
Kimberly R. Lindsay (Onslow County)
William McMillan (Wake County)
John W. Falkenbury (Cabarrus County)
James Gorham (Forsyth County)
Cindi Basensplier (Mecklenburg County)
Laressa Witt (Cumberland County)
Troy Hershberger (Wake County) 

State Ends Fiscal Year With $445 Million Surplus PDF Print E-mail
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By Administrator   
Thursday, 30 July 2015 05:06

RALEIGH, (SGRToday.com) - Riding a wave of surging tax receipts in April, the state of North Carolina ended the 2014-15 Fiscal Year with a revenue surplus of $445 million.

The fiscal year ended June 30.

The data comes as the legislature and governor are engaged in negotiations over the new operating budget for the year that began July 1. The state is running thanks to a Continuing Resolution that ends in mid-August.

Gov. Pat McCrory hailed the surplus as "evidence that reforming the tax code and increasing competitiveness are strengthening North Carolina's economy and putting more money into the budget of working families."

Nick Tennyson Takes The Helm Of Transporation Department In Wake Of Tata Resignation PDF Print E-mail
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By Administrator   
Wednesday, 29 July 2015 05:23

RALEIGH, (SGRToday.com) - On Tuesday he was the chief deputy secretary of North Carolina's Transporation Department, but on Wednesday, Nick Tennyson woke up as the interm Secretary.

Tennyson takes the helm of the agency following Secretary Tony Tata's resignation on Monday. A statement from the governor's office says Tata left to have more time for personal pursuits and family.

Tata is a best-selling author of political thrillers.

Tennyson has been responsible for providing oversight and integration across all operational and support functions of the North Carolina Department of Transportation.

He is a Navy veteran with extensive experience in the home building industry. Before joining NCDOT, he was executive vice-president for the Home Builders Association of Durham, Orange and Chatham Counties. He was also mayor of Durham.

Audit: $1 Million In Special Needs Funding Spent On Other Purposes PDF Print E-mail
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By Administrator   
Tuesday, 28 July 2015 07:29

RALEIGH, (SGRToday.com) - An audit of
 Medicaid reimbursements for school-based medical services has found that funds appropriated for one purpose was used on another.

The findings from State Auditor Beth Wood's office, released Monday are below. The complete audit can be found at http://www.ncauditor.net/EPSWeb/Reports/FiscalControl/FCA-2015-3510.pdf


Report Summary:

The results of our audit disclosed items that are considered reportable under Government Auditing Standards. Specifically, the Public Schools of Robeson County (School District) did not use approximately $1 million per year in Medicaid administrative reimbursements to provide services to students with disabilities in fiscal years 2011-2013, as contractually required. Additionally, the School District understated reimbursable expenses and missed out on more than $364,000 in Medicaid reimbursements. The School District and the Department of Public Instruction generally agreed with our findings and recommendations. Details about each item are provided in the Audit Findings, Recommendations, and Responses section of the report.

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