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Terry L. Sprague

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Auditors Inc

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Auditors Inc

1498 Reisterstown Rd. Suite 252

Pikesville, Maryland,21208

United States

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East Liverpool Tourism Bureau


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City of East Liverpool Ohio 43920

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Terry Sprague, City Auditor
auditor@eastliverpool.com


www.reviewonline.com

Her opponents, former city auditor Terry Sprague and former city council member Virginia Hanlon, received 313 votes, or 33.69 percent and 247 votes, or 26.59 percent, respectively.


Miscellaneous Financial | Private Money Finance

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The committee also forwarded for councils consideration a resolution requested by Auditor Terry Sprague to enter into a contract with the state auditor for auditing procedures for 2011, 2012 and 2013 at a cost of $14,000 per audit.
Committee Chairman Kim Woomer asked that an estimate be sought for having the auditors do a year-end cash-out of financial records to prepare for Sprague leaving office and Woomer taking over in January as auditor. McVay said the departments newest hire, Patrolman Greg Smith, is currently being paid with the grant and offered to provide Sprague with the proper information prior to Mondays council meeting.


Miscellaneous Financial | Private Money Finance

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The committee also forwarded for councils consideration a resolution requested by Auditor Terry Sprague to enter into a contract with the state auditor for auditing procedures for 2011, 2012 and 2013 at a cost of $14,000 per audit.
Committee Chairman Kim Woomer asked that an estimate be sought for having the auditors do a year-end cash-out of financial records to prepare for Sprague leaving office and Woomer taking over in January as auditor. McVay said the departments newest hire, Patrolman Greg Smith, is currently being paid with the grant and offered to provide Sprague with the proper information prior to Mondays council meeting.


www.morningjournalnews.com

Questions had arisen from not only Councilman Ray Perorazio, a retired city firefighter, but from former city auditor Terry Sprague and former city council member Linda Ziegler, all of whom aired their concerns at a recent City Council meeting.
The issue was again raised at Monday night' council session by Sprague, who took exception to a comment made earlier by fire union President Bob Smith, who said Sprague should be more concerned with the burned-out homes in her neighborhood still standing instead of the firefighter hiring issue. The issue was again raised at Monday night' council session by Sprague, who took exception to a comment made earlier by fire union President Bob Smith, who said Sprague should be more concerned with the burned-out homes in her neighborhood still standing instead of the firefighter hiring issue. "For him to make (such a statement) means he knows what's going on in my house, but no one knows that," Sprague said, adding she has addressed the burned out homes with the planning director, who indicated the city is receiving money for tear-downs. Sprague said she doesn't care about nepotism, saying that is how many got jobs in the mills, potteries and other industries but said her major concern is that the best person for the job is hired. Asking Payne whether or not a requirement that firefighters move inside the city within a year after hire is contrary to state law, Sprague said that requirement needs eliminated.


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