OPM: Municipal Accountability Review Board

 
 
Municipal Accountability Review Board
(MARB)
 
The Municipal Accountability Review Board (MARB) was established by Section 367 of Public Act 17-2  as a State Board.  The MARB was part of the statutory provisions contained in Section 349 to 376 of the Act for the purpose of providing technical, financial and other assistance and related accountability for municipalities experiencing various levels of fiscal distress. 

 

 
Additional information:
 

 Members:

 

Schedule of Meetings:

 

12/08/2017

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Conference Room AB / 470 Capitol Ave. (Enter through 450 Capitol Ave. Rear Entrance)

 

IMPORTANT NOTICE ABOUT PARKING FOR THE 12/08/17 MEETING:

 

On-site visitor parking for this meeting is limited strictly to Board Members only.  All other visitors may park in State Lot C, located off of Capitol Ave. on Forest Street.  If Lot C is full, you will be directed to State Lot A, located off of Capitol Avenue on Woodbine Street (also referred to as “Park Place”).  Both of these lots are west of OPM off of Capitol Avenue.  Shuttle buses are available every 20 minutes for transportation to OPM.

 

 

Meeting Agendas & Minutes:

 

12/08/2017 Meeting

 

 

Municipal Audits and Fiscal Indicators                      

 

ELECTRONIC AUDIT REPORT SYSTEM (EARS) (Includes Municipal Audits)

EARS is a web site made available by the Municipal Finance Services Section of the Office of

Policy and Management (OPM) to provide independent auditors an electronic process for

uploading audit reports of their clients on-line. State grantor agencies and the public will

be able to access and view the reports that have been filed on EARS.  These reports include the audit

reports that must be submitted each year submitted by municipalities.

 

https://www.appsvcs.opm.ct.gov/Auditing/Home.aspx

 

 

Municipal Fiscal Indicators


Description

Municipal Fiscal Indicators is an annual compendium of information compiled by the Office of Policy and Management, Office of Finance, Municipal Finance Services Unit (MFS). The data contained in Indicators provides key financial and demographic information on municipalities in Connecticut.

Municipal Fiscal Indicators contains the most current financial data available for each of Connecticut's 169 municipalities. The majority of this data was compiled from the audited financial statements that are filed annually with the State of Connecticut, Office of Policy and Management, IGP Division. This database of information includes selected demographic and economic data relating to, or having an impact upon, a municipality’s financial condition. The most recent edition is for the Fiscal Years Ended 2011-2015 and was first published in January of 2017.

 

The latest information is available on-line only and is not available in book format

http://www.ct.gov/opm/cwp/view.asp?a=2984&q=383170&opmNav_GID=1807

 

 

Municipal Statistical And Formula Aid Information (Office of Policy and Management-December 2017)

 

For more information about the Municipal Accountability Review Board, please contact Robert.Dakers@ct.gov, or by phone at 860-418-6422.

 





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