Saturday, December 12, 2015

CCSD's Forensic Audit over "Lack of Accountability, Ownership, and Discipline"

What many Charleston County School District taxpayers have been saying for years was pretty well summed up by new superintendent Gerrita Postlewait: the initial report of two former SC chief financial officers showed "evidence of a lack of accountability, ownership and discipline for staying within budget."

The board wisely selected an accounting firm--Elliott, Davis & Decosimo--with no prior ties to the district. In fact, Cindy Brams, its specialist in educational accounting, can take a two-block stroll down Calhoun from her office to the Taj Mahal on any find day.

Still, some of us wonder why former chief financial officer, Michael Bobby, resigned with no censure and all benefits. Less painful that way? Or perhaps the board recognizes its complicity in the district's on-going problems.

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