State Auditor Troy Kelley’s staff found no issues after reviewing the county’s financial statements and its oversight of federal grants during 2013.
“For a county of this size, that is significant,” said Lenda Crawford, the county executive director who oversees financial, budget and accounting functions. “It’s a great report.”
The county received a copy of the clean audit on Monday, Crawford said.
In technical language, the report notes no “findings,” significant deficiencies or material weaknesses.
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