Clarence employees criticized in audit

Clarence employees criticized in audit

There are 1 comment on the Buffalo News story from Jul 31, 2009, titled Clarence employees criticized in audit. In it, Buffalo News reports that:

The Clarence High School principal and other district employees repeatedly used district computers for personal use, the state comptroller's office said.

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Gentile Really

Niagara Falls, NY

#1 Aug 1, 2009
He is an embaressment to the district. I know first hand at my company there is a restriction of any personal use on our computer's. If you are caught your fired. But when you have a person who truly believed he was above the rules,this is what happens. What are the guidelines and infraction's of such misuse of tax payer's property. The personal information is a hippa violation I believe. We as high tax payer's who school taxes are among the highest in Western New York have that right to know in detail the out come of this.

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