Agency Forgets To Tell Public About Meetings

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Whoops! State auditors spanked the old Connecticut Development Authority — which merged with another development agency, Connecticut Innovations, in 2012 — for failing to tell the public when it met to hand out millions of dollars in loans to businesses in 2011 and 2012.

In a report from the Auditors of Public Accounts Wednesday, the CDA, a quasi-public agency, was cited because \”members of the public wishing to attend meetings may not have been aware of the meetings.\”

The auditors urged Connecticut Innovations to make sure that it meets requirements under state law in the future.

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