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Two Republican Women Elected As A Dynamic Duo To Oversee Beaver County’s Finances

Beaver County voters have elected Republicans Sandie Egley and Maria Longo to oversee the county’s finances in 2020, according to unofficial election results posted by the Bureau of Elections. Egley, who is vacating her seat as county commissioner at the end of the year, was elected to treasurer and Longo to controller. They are both…

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John Q Taxpayer
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John Q Taxpayer

Look for secret accounts that may be disguised to appear like a county account. Look for false invoices made up and paid to a false account. Ask the banks for a list of all county accounts even accounts that have been closed within the last ten years, Look at all no-bid invoices and payments. Read about or watch the movie ” All The Queens Horses” about Rita Crundwell.

Raven
Member
Raven

They can check the desk drawers and see whose names are on the plain brown bags.

Raven
Member
Raven

“But my first priority will be an audit of the entire treasurer’s office.”

This will be very, very interesting. Decades of no supervision and tons of questions, and hopefully, answers. It could be the main local news story of 2020.

Wise Owl
Guest
Wise Owl

I’m sure the courthouse family has pitched in to help with shredding hundreds of documents. Also I wonder where will the Comptroller Real Estate Office will relocate. Unfortunately, the “partner” is still employed.

WesternPaPard
Member
WesternPaPard

Only employed for now. Likely to be the first to go. Not in a union position so he may as well start packing (hopefully)

Veritas
Member
Veritas

The voters have spoken. This shows that change is possible in county government. A “Dynamic Duo” is just what we need. Best of luck to the new team.

Sallyrea
Guest
Sallyrea

I am so freaking excited these two were voted in… I am a registered Democrat and vote for who I think will do right by county residents and I think these two will👍🏻😊

Truthful
Guest
Truthful

Thank you for using your head! It’s highly unusual around here!

weezulgoespop
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weezulgoespop

David Rossi will now have more free time …..Heads Up .. to anyone thinking about opening a buffet.

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