Sunday, December 30, 2007

Auditor teed off at bookkeeping at Bowling Green golf courses

Deborah Jenkins is teed off at the way Bowling Green keeps the books of three city-run golf courses.

Jenkins, the city's internal auditor, said lax bookkeeping and discarded bank records means the courses are probably losing tens of thousands of dollars.

The three courses, the nine-hole Paul Walker and Riverview, and 18-hole CrossWinds, which altogether employ about 50 people, have an annual budget of $2.8 million.

They bring in $1.5 million in total revenue with the city chipping in the $1.3 million difference.

Jenkins took on the golf courses as her first major project as auditor. Jenkins reported that she was unable to track most bank transactions because those records are regularly discarded.

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