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STATE WATCHDOGS: Let us count the ways Virginia officials lose state property

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One might think it difficult to misplace an incinerator or, for that matter, three baby grand pianos. But somehow, Virginia State University managed to do just that, along with sculptures, laptops, lawnmowers, a tractor, copiers and lots of other sizeable and costly objects. The rest of the story behind the "lost or stolen" incinerator, which was bought in 1980 for $10,000 and went missing in...

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