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Reville: Unanswered Questions About Who Knew About The City's IRS Audit And When

Thursday, November 30, 2017

When asked about an IRS audit that incurred significant penalties to the city of Boston, Mayor Marty Walsh laid the blame on Superintendent Tommy Chang. 

“I didn’t get the findings myself until last week,” Walsh told reporters. “The superintendent had the findings. The School Department had the findings. I didn’t have them."

But Paul Reville, a professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and former state Secretary of Education, said there are some unanswered questions about who in City Hall knew about the audit, and when.