Connecticut’s auditors say “significant amounts” of money may have been paid in disability retirement benefits to state retirees no longer eligible to receive them.
The state auditors are expressing concern about three cases of misuse of state money which the Department of Social Services did not report to them.
The principal of Waterbury’s lowest-performing elementary school has been demoted following two performance audits.
State auditors called for changes Thursday in an emergency food stamp program at the center of a fraud scandal involving state employees, saying more vigilant caseworkers could have reduced the amount of aid handed out to ineligible applicants.
A state auditor’s report says Rentschler Field, the football home of UConn’s Huskies, had a loss in each state budget year from 2008 to 2011.