Report: City's liabilities shrinking, tax revenues growing - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: "The $16,000 report was paid for by a grant from the Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority, one of two state-picked boards overseeing the city's finances since 2004."A 14 page report costs $16,000. That's more than $1,000 per page.
And, the report was not paid for nor done by the elected City Controller. Rather the OVERLORDS were kind enough to pay for the report. Jeepers. We've still got two sets of OVERLORDS. The state government granted the OVERLORDS the authority in Pittsburgh to watch the money -- but they that OVERLORD groups grants money to others to do the work.
Fire the OVERLORDS. Have the CONTROLLER do reports and audits himself.