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2010-10-04WORTH COUNTY, MO |  By: Wayman

Worth County Audit

Investigators found several areas of improvement. Among them are the records of money transfers between accounts in Worth County. For the past 2 years auditors found money being recorded as coming out of funds and then back into funds were off by as much as $99,000. Auditors also found Worth County didn't adopt a formal budget for the deputy sheriff's salary supplemental fund last year nor for the emergency 911 fund the past two years. Investigators found checks in the Worth County treasury which were outstanding for more than half a year and records were not maintained on the fuel usage by employees of Worth County's special road and bridge department. Worth County officials say they are paying closer attention to procedures in order to comply.