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Bruce Myers - Saving The City Money - Expected To Retire

Updated: Friday, August 2 2013, 10:22 PM EDT
Bruce Myers has been working for the State of Maryland for 35 years. The last 15 years  he has worked as the state's top watchdog in the Office of Legislative Audits. 

His job is to make sure your tax dollars are being spent wisely.  Myers regularly inspects the books of every state agency.

It was work that led to shake-ups in agencies like the State Highway Administration, where his audits uncovered questionable deals and sometimes violations of State's "Procurement" Laws. 

But today, June 29th, Myers is retiring.  he is leaving behind a legacy of making sure your tax dollars were well spent. 

Myers said of his legacy, "I hope I was considered fair and balanced, in what we did. We did and still do take great pride in doing a quality job."

There is no word yet on who will replace Myers.  He's appointed by the General Assembly's top leaders, Senate President Mike Miller and House Speaker Michael Bush. Bruce Myers - Saving The City Money - Expected To Retire

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