10/12/20 BoS meeting with full opinion attached. Hear the lies from our supervisors, listen how they build the wall between the public and them.
The board of supervisors led by John Cusatis and David Speece continue to build a wall between themselves and the public.
Refusing to answer question, during most meeting and unable or unwilling to answer questions by email they isolate themselves and continue to make decisions that are or will become unfavorable to all of us!
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THIS IS A QUICK OPINION OF THIS MEETING AND ANALYSIS OF THE PROPOSED REFINANCING. CLICK BELOW ON "READ MORE"
Please note a few misspoke's by me when I said Covid 16, obviously I meant Covid 19, and when I said $40,000 in the bank I meant our $40 million or less from the Sewer Proceeds.
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Our board of supervisors and our finance director in my opinion do not take the budget process seriously. At least last year with John Cusatis as Chairpersona of the Board, these meeting were not video taped and no minutes were kept last year. Obviously, this year minutes are/must be kept and the meeting was videoed. I do have last years meetings because I di record them. Last year Mr. Speece declared to me that the numbers do not mean anything, he said we can change them anytime. WRONG!!
A legally binding budget (when moved and adopted by the Board) is one of the control characteristics for state and local Government. If the boys club does not understand this ask your auditor. Its tested on the CPA Exam.
Currently, the major item we lack in Exeter is ACCOUNTABILITY , and accountability is the essence of governmental reporting. Accountability requires that a government body justify how it spends the resources it collects in pursuit of the goals the citizens have set for it.
What do we have today, a busted budget, no end in sight for spending and most of all we have no audited financial statements for the last year.
In conclusion we have a board of supervisor's who are negligent and incompetent. We, the taxpayers will pay the price.
More to come!!
The Board meeting with my opinions attached: watch as the supervisors stumble thru another meeting. Waste of money apparent, 4 years ago bid for RCC HVAC then very little actions, mention budget for next three years construction costs of over $20 million.
Part 2 concerting the Sewer Accounts Receivables, the tractor, the RCC HVAC and more click on "READ MORE"