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Erie County Medical Center collected a reward Thursday from the county for thrifty practices -- a $1.6 million check.

Comptroller Nancy A. Naples said the check represents money set aside from past budgets for paying off the medical center's mortgages and equipment debt. Paul Candino, the medical center's chief executive officer, said the accumulated money represents interest on appropriations banked before payments came due and leftover bond money when projects came in under budget.

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