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INCREASED FLEXIBILITY FOR THOSE OWING FINES AND FEES WOULD BENEFIT COURT SYSTEM AND DEFENDANTS, ACTING CONTROLLER SAYS
Acting Allegheny County Controller Tracy Royston said a review showed that while the local court system takes proactive measures to avoid incarcerating individuals who are unable to pay fines and fees, judges should use discretion where it exists to assess defendants’...
WHILE FINANCES REMAIN STRONG, COUNTY MUST PREPARE FOR CHALLENGES ON HORIZON, CONTROLLER’S ANNUAL REPORT SAYS
(Pittsburgh) June 2, 2022 The Popular Annual Financial Report from the Allegheny County Controller’s office showed continuing strong economic indicators for the County, with a growing fund balance and major revenue streams rebounding from declines during the...
JOINT REPORT FROM CITY, COUNTY CONTROLLERS FINDS EQUITABLE AGREEMENTS WITH BIGGEST NONPROFITS WOULD RAISE ‘BASELINE’ OF $14.5M PER YEAR
(Pittsburgh) May 3, 2022 City of Pittsburgh Controller Michael Lamb and Allegheny County Acting Controller Tracy Royston today released a joint report detailing the prevalence of tax-exempt property in the city and county—particularly that belonging to the largest...
About Controller O’Connor
As the County’s top fiscal officer, Controller Corey O’Connor leads the fight against inefficient and inequitable spending, working to root out fraud, waste and abuse in County government.