Monetary consultants have doubled the funds

Monetary consultants have doubled the funds

FALL RIVER — Questions arose throughout a current Metropolis Council assembly over the prices spent for metropolis monetary companies, and a few councilors are scrutinizing bills which have doubled since metropolis chief monetary officer Bridget Almon took the helm over a 12 months in the past. 

Metropolis Councilor Michelle Dionne talked about town’s persevering with reliance on contract work from Edward Iacoponi, who was enlisted by Mayor Paul Coogan final 12 months to assist construct the fiscal 2023 funds. 

“The taxpayers are paying this invoice and, in plain English, that is bull—,” stated Dionne.  

Former CFO Mary Sahady left her position in December 2021, a month earlier than her contract ran out, over a wage dispute with the administration.  

Monetary consultants have doubled the funds

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Iacapone has since stayed on for consulting companies to town auditor, treasurer and assessor’s division, which have all gone by important workers turnover.