State Audit Critical Of Owsley County

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 6/25/2012 8:17 pm
A state audit is critical of Owsley County.

Adam Edelen's office says the County Clerk, Sid Gabbard, did not keep complete records in 2010.

It says the county failed to comply with the accounting system required by state law and that the office's duties aren't divided among different employees, as they should be.

The audit has been sent to the IRS and the Attorney General, among others.
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