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AG: Wayland Audit Committee violated Open Meeting Law

Wayland Town Crier 8/31/17: AG: Wayland Audit Committee violated Open Meeting Law. The Audit Committee violated the Open Meeting Law by not promptly approving minutes dating back to 2014 and not responding in a timely manner to a request to view minutes, the state Attorney General’s Office determined this week.

Selectmen Change Direction, Ask Audit Committee to Oversee School Audit

Wayland Patch 8/29/12: Selectmen Change Direction, Ask Audit Committee to Oversee School Audit. It now appears that Wayland’s Audit Committee will be involved in the oversight of a school accounts audit thanks to a second vote on the issue at the Aug. 27 Board of Selectmen meeting. At their Aug. 20 meeting, selectmen voted 3-2 against extending the charge of the newly formed Audit Committee to include oversight of the Wayland Public Schools accounts in question, in spite of much public comment and more than 200 petition signatures requesting that they support the extended charge. Board chair John Bladon said that following that meeting, Selectmen Joe Nolan approached him having rethought the issue and with the hope that the board “could look to a way to make it work within the current scope of the Audit Committee.”

Wayland Town Crier 8/29/12: Wayland selectmen adopt amended motion on school accounts. The Board of Selectmen on Monday night voted 3-2 to adopt an amended motion concerning the School Committee’s request for support from the newly formed Audit Committee for an independent review of school accounts.

Selectmen Vote Down Expanded Scope for Audit Committee

Wayland PATCH 8/24/12: Selectmen Vote Down Expanded Scope for Audit Committee. Wayland’s Board of Selectmen Monday night voted 3-2 against expanding the purview of the newly formed Audit Committee to include oversight of an audit of Wayland Public Schools fee-based programs accounts.

The vote came after several residents spoke in support of the expansion during the selectmen’s public comment segment and more than 200 signatures were presented to selectmen on a petition requesting that expanded role.

Selectmen vote against expanding purview of Audit Committee

Wayland Town Crier 8/21/12: Selectmen vote against expanding purview of Audit Committee. Despite a petition signed by nearly 200 residents urging the Board of Selectmen to expand the scope of the new Audit Committee to become involved in an audit of the Wayland Public Schools, the selectmen voted 3-2 Monday night against such action.

New Audit Committee getting down to business

Wayland Town Crier 8/9/12: New Audit Committee getting down to business. Wayland’s new Audit Committee held its first meeting on Monday night, electing Chris Riley as chairman and listening to pleas from three residents that the board’s role be expanded to assist the School Committee in reviewing the financial activities of the town’s School Department.

Residents push for Audit Committee to look at schools

Wayland Town Crier 8/7/12: Residents push for Audit Committee to look at schools. Wayland's new Audit Committee held its first meeting on Monday night, electing Chris Riley as its chairman and listening to requests from three residents that the board agree to assist the School Committee in reviewing the financial activities of the town's School Department.

Wayland Officials Appoint Five to Audit Committee

Wayland Patch 6/20/12: Wayland Officials Appoint Five to Audit Committee. Wayland's Board of Selectmen, School Committee and Finance Committee met in a joint meeting Monday to interview seven candidates who threw their resumes in the hat for Wayland's new audit committee. Appointed were: Tony Boschetto (by School Committee), Gordon Cliff (by Finance Committee) and Christopher Cullen, Ben Downs and Christopher Riley (by the Board of Selectmen).