Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway has released the audit of Nodaway County. The audit report includes information collected for the Dec. 31, 2014 audit period and lists the county's overall performance rating as "good." Prior to this report, Nodaway County's most recent audit was released in February 2012, which also included a "good" rating.
"Nodaway County has received a performance rating of 'good,' the second highest rating available, for two consecutive audits," Galloway said. "While there were some areas of concern, the recommendations made by my office will assist county officials as they work to make improvements in county government operations."
Audit staff noted findings in four audit areas, including the sheriff's commissary controls and procedures, the sheriff's overall controls and procedures, reporting of property tax levy reductions related to the county sales tax and proper accounting of fuel usage by the road and bridge department.
The complete report of the Nodaway County audit is available here.