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State audit finds problem with bookkeeping procedure
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The first meeting of Warren County’s Audit Committee was held Thursday to review the audit findings from the state for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014.According to Steve Reeder in the Tennessee Division of Local Government Audit, five issues were found in Warren County and all but one has been corrected. The finding not yet corrected is that the offices of County Clerk, Register of Deeds, and Sheriff are not spreading certain duties adequately. In each department, only one person oversees the financial bookkeeping.“They have enough personnel,” said Audit Committee chairman Wayne Cantrell.