Tesei Creates Cash Handling Practices Task Force for Greenwich

As part of ongoing efforts to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of
Town operations, First Selectman Peter Tesei has announced the formation of a Task Force that is charged with assessing the cash-handling practices throughout Town departments and institutions.

Specifically, the team will be responsible for reviewing and evaluating current practices. The four-member Cash Handling Review Task Force also is charged with recommending modifications that will increase efficiency and security, and insure consistency across all departments.

Under the leadership of First Selectman Tesei, the Task Force will include Town Administrator Ben Branyan, Comptroller Peter Mynarski and Director of Human Resources Mary Pepe.

The team is expected to complete its assignment within six months.

For more information, contact Barbara Heins, Executive Assistant to the First Selectman, at [email protected]

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