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April 13, 2014

Oversight committee organized

DeLozier discusses steps to address deficiencies found in audits

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CLAREMORE —

“In order to run an efficient business, there needs to be more than one employee taking cash. This allows customers to get in and out in an adequate amount of time,” she said. “There are ways of working on segregation of duties, and we’re going to continue discussing options with the state auditors office.”
DeLozier said during the oversight committee meetings, elected county officials will discuss implementing procedures regarding future FEMA disasters, including gathering project worksheets to see what each district is doing and to make sure paper work is documented and filed correctly.
The committee will meet at 10 a.m.  on May 7 to begin presenting procedures that will directly address deficiencies discovered from the audit and how to resolve the items.
DeLozier said he would like to have a public hearing on the matter in the near future, and include Helm and Thacker. 
No type of forum has been confirmed at this time.

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