McCaffrey said when the Comptroller's Office is ready, they will make the city's response and original report public.
"It's their timing when that is made public," she said.
The city received an initial audit by the comptroller last December when
The city hasn't received the second audit's written report, but McCaffrey said that is expected soon as well.
Also on Wednesday, the
McCaffrey said in their review of city finances, the Comptroller's Office discovered that the city had a number of such loans that were made over a long period of time.
Basically, one fund would be used to loan money to cover another fund when it was needed. But the transfers were done without any paperwork.
"These have accumulated over the years and there is no documentation to attest what those fund transfers were for," McCaffrey said.
After working with Treasurer
"It's multiple funds for multiple transfers from years ago," McCaffrey said.
There is no financial or budgetary impact by doing this, the mayor said, it just clears up the old balances that have no documentation.
White said the process allowed the city to improve their accounting system. There is now a closer way to monitor all interfund transactions so to track the figures.
"Accounting protocol requires that this sort of restatement be processed methodically, leaving a valid audit trail in our accounting records," he said.
When the Council first enacted the law, fines for not having a building permit were not included in the legislation.
The law now says a building permit shall be required for any work which may conform to the uniform code and/or the energy code, including construction, enlargement, alteration, improvement, removal, relocation or demolition of any building structure.
If work begins and a permit has not been obtained, the code enforcement office can now issue a fine. The fine is double the regular rate of the cost of a permit that should have been obtained or
--Two grants were received by the
The city also received the Purchase Equipment and Modify Office Environment grant for
--A valve is in need of replacing at the
The valve is also needed when a test is run this fall, checking the raw water line from
The cost of the plug valve and rotork actuator -- including installation -- is
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