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Mandated state audits straining budgets of small cities, villages

A coalition of Appalachian mayors is asking the state to change the way it provides auditing services to smaller municipalities, and help alleviate the financial burden the audits create. Members of the Mayors Partnership for Progress — a consortium of mayors from 15 southern and southeastern Ohio counties — said the costs of required audits disproportionately affect small towns and villages compared to bigger cities such as Columbus. “Our revenues are tight, […]
Source: The Daily Jeff – News from Camberidge OH

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