A discussion of state-level monitoring of county and city finances recently revealed that Kentucky county finances receive more state oversight than cities’, and that providing the same oversight for cities could be quite costly.
State Auditor Adam Edelen told the Interim Joint Committee on Local Government that state law requires his office to audit the finances of each county government in the state annually. The office currently performs or oversees around 600 statutorily-required county audits per year, he said.
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