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Several residents of the small community northeast of Galt are pursuing legal action against three board members who removed their elected colleague Lance Newhall on May 15 with no lawful basis, they say...A board meeting Wednesday night highlighted
The board of education for Carmi-White County Community Unit District No. Monday, July 16, finalizing some items and moving forward on the Fiscal Year 2013 (FY13) budget. Regular business items on the agenda such as paying bills, approving treasurer'
In a review of the county's petty cash funds, the grand jury noted that the money serves the same purpose as the purchase/credit cards now used by the county departments and offices. In theory, petty cash "enables departments to make small purchases
The North Clay Community Unit District #25 met at 6:30pm on Monday May 14th at the District Office in Louisville. The agenda included approving a fund raiser for the Jr. High cheerleaders, a tentative budget, ending the working cash fund for a short
Arizona Republic A recent audit found problems with the way some Mesa departments have been handling petty cash, but there is no evidence that anyone has been sneaking money from the till. City auditor Jennifer Ruttman and her staff conducted
I have $260,000 from the sale of my house and planned on leaving it on term deposit while I look for a new property to buy. However, I am concerned that maybe I should withdraw the cash and keep it in a bank safe (ironically!) until I need it for the
Gessler, a Republican, defeated Democratic incumbent Bernie Buescher in November. Buescher had pledged to transfer $3.5 million in surplus money from his office's cash fund to help balance the state budget. When Gessler took office, he reversed that
Ahmed-Ullah, Tribune reporter ct-met-lemont-0815-bd-20100815 Long before laying off teachers and eliminating all extracurricular programs, Lemont-Bromberek School District 113A regularly spent more tax dollars than it collected. When that wasn't
Diversity is the key to low-risk investment rewards Published Date: 08 May 2010 Cautious Investing Paltry cash rates are driving savers to stock market-based investments in search of better returns, but many remain reluctant to take the extra risk.
Standard Life's cash fund have been warned that their money is being eroded by charges that are outstripping returns. The Edinburgh-based insurer has written to more than 23,000 pension savers in the fund explaining that because of low interest rates