Financial Mismanagement At State Agency Charged With Managing City Finances
The state agency charged with watching Pittsburgh’s finances, the Intergovernmental Cooperation Agency, was recently exposed through a Tribune Review investigation to have been destroying 92 percent of their own financial records since its formation in 2004. Trib reporter Carl Prine broke the story and has been tracking invoices and documents from the ICA. He joins us to talk about the investigation and what it means for the city of Pittsburgh.
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