The City of Forsyth receives a follow-up, which indicates improvement, from the state auditor following their “poor” audit report from March.
In March, Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway gave the city a rating of “poor” and gave the city recommendations on how to make improvements.
According to a Dec. 6 press release from the Office of the Missouri State Auditor, Galloway said city officials in Forsyth have implemented or are in the process of implementing the 12 recommendations of the March state audit, which gave the lowest possible rating.
According to Branson Tri-Lakes News archives, the city requested the audit after more than $3,400 went missing in 2019.
The audit found numerous concerns, including more than $1,400 missing from the city’s vault and another $2,000 in utility deposits that were received but never deposited by the former utility clerk, according to the release. In addition to the missing money, the audit also found that thousands in utility deposits were not deposited until long after service had been activated.
POINT LOOKOUT, MO. — College of the Ozarks will host the annual Spring Forum, with a discussion on Israel by Dr. Jim Denison and moderated by Mike Huckabee, on April 4. The following day, on April 5, the College will open a rare exhibit of biblical artifacts, INSPIRED Exhibit, that will showcase the history of the Bible and enhance the Forum’s emphasis on Israel.
(Branson, Mo., 3/1/2024) Sound the alarm! The wait is over. Silver Dollar City announces the Grand Opening Celebration for the all-new Fire In The Hole on Saturday, March 30 at 9:45 a.m. The record-breaking, indoor family coaster—the largest in the Heartland—will make a ceremonial trip down the tracks following a ribbon cutting and welcome from Mayor Brad Thomas. The fire-themed festivities also include live performances by The City’s resident firefighting band and a commemorative sticker for all “First Recruit” riders.