NDSU audit shows public money used on president's house
The final cost of the North Dakota State University president's house should be reported as $2.6 million and included about $300,000 in public money, said an audit released Wednesday.
Audit Manager Gordy Smith said NDSU underreported some figures and used more public dollars than the state Board of Higher Education authorized.
"Those public monies, if they were spent here, they weren't spent on something for the university," Smith said.
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