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OAKLAND — Police overtime – a sore subject that has dogged the city for well over a decade – costs Oakland about $30 million a year, according to a new audit.
OAKLAND — Over last four years Oakland Police Department Averaged Nearly $30 million in overtime costs and issues raised in 2015 audit remain unresolved.
OAKLAND — It takes the city of Oakland between three months and a year to pay refunds to businesses who overpaid their city taxes, a report by city Auditor Brenda Roberts concludes.
Oakland Fire Department spent Measure M & N proceeds as intended, but audit stresses the need for better management of controlled substances and more detailed spending plans
The Office of the City Auditor released the audits of Measures M (Emergency Medical Services Retention Act) and N (Paramedic Services Act in 1997) for fiscal years (FY) 2015-16 and FY 2016-17.
Audit of Measure Q determined expenditures substantially met requirements, with two possible exceptions
The Office of the City Auditor released the audit of Measure Q for fiscal years (FY) 2013-14 through FY 2016-17.
Oakland’s police chief and city administrator acknowledge that 911 dispatchers there are overworked and understaffed. Christin Ayers reports.
OAKLAND — Four years after the initial vegetation inspection audit of the Oakland Fire Department and two years after a follow-up report uncovered significant lingering problems, the city auditor has found this week that the embattled agency still remains out of compliance in monitoring the city’s fire-prone hills.
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