CHICAGO — The president of Cook County, Ill., fired the county’s comptroller Wednesday, fallout from a $90 million accounting error that inflated the general fund and partly prompted a Moody’s Investors Service’s downgrade.

Board President Toni Preckwinkle fired Constance Kravitz, who had been hired as controller in September 2009 by Todd Stroger, the former county president.

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