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Municipal Court Funding

Evaluators reviewed Municipal Court funding between 2008 and 2015 and found that three entities were responsible for funding the Court (City, State, and Court), but the ambiguity of the legal framework failed to delineate clearly each entity’s responsibil ...

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Follow-up Report: Sanitation Fee Collection by the Sewerage and Water Board

The New Orleans Office of Inspector General (OIG) followed up on its July 2013 report on the Sewerage and Water Board's (S&WB) collection of sanitation fees. The original report found that neither the City nor the S&WB terminated sanitation or wat ...

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Sewerage and Water Board Fee Collection and Controls

The New Orleans Office of Inspector General (OIG) conducted a performance audit of the Sewerage and Water Board's (S&WB) internal controls related to fee collection. The objective of the audit was to evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of the S& ...

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Sewerage and Water Board Collection of Sanitation Fees

The New Orleans Office of Inspector General (OIG) released an audit report on the Sewerage and Water Board's collection of sanitation fees. The audit revealed that 35.6 percent of accounts were delinquent and uncollected fees were $3.1 million in 2010 and ...

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Letter to Mayor Mitch Landrieu RE: Sewerage and Water Board Rate Increases

The Inspector General wrote Mayor Landrieu to express concerns regarding the Sewerage and Water Board's (S&WB) capacity to manage additional resources in the event that legislation needed to approve rate increases passed. The IG's assessment was based ...

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Follow-up Report: Municipal Court Remittances to the City

The New Orleans Office of Inspector General (OIG) followed up on its 2011 report "A Performance Audit of the Municipal Court's Remittances to the City." Auditors conducted the follow-up to determine whether the Court had implemented OIG recommendations de ...

Municipal Court Remittances to the City

The New Orleans Office of Inspector General (OIG) audited Municipal Court's operating expenses to determine whether the Court remitted money to the City's Finance Department in accordance with state law, maintained adequate records of fines and fees colle ...

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