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MARYVILLE, MO (2009-10-28) The State has completed its audit of Nodaway County and has found several areas for improvement.
Investigators are recommending the Sole County board treasurer splits financial responsibilities to ensure internal controls. They also found a weakness in forms required for any purchases more than $50 and actually suggested that requirement be relaxed somewhat. The investigation also finds bids were not solicited for the road and bridge fuel for the past 2 years, nor for a section of the new administration building. It also found one bid winner came in higher than a cheaper bid, but no documentation was given as to why the more expensive bid was chosen. Other areas include overspending in numerous budgets, a 3.2 million dollar shortfall of under-collateralized bank accounts, and not formally updating Nodaway County's personnel policy manual.
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