New York’s 115 industrial development agencies are doing a poor job of tracking and verifying job creation and retention for projects that receive public benefits, the state comptroller’s office reported last week.

“It’s more imperative than ever that tax dollars are spent efficiently and effectively, especially when those dollars are being used to create jobs,” Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli said in a press release.

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