Thursday, November 15, 2007

Parma Heights bookkeeping under fire again by state auditors

Parma Heights- For the third time in three years, state auditors hammered the city for shoddy bookkeeping, this time citing city officials for a $20,000 accounting error and $181 in lost checks.

Many of the problems dealt with the city's Cultural Center, which brings in about $225,000 a year. Auditors found that the center's bank account showed more money than the Finance Department's records. And center workers admitted they lost checks used to pay for events at the center. The money was later repaid.

The audit, which was released Thursday and dealt with city finances in 2005, also found three problems that the city had been cited for in 2003 and 2004:

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