An annual state audit of the DeKalb County government has been released which shows some deficiencies.
The "Annual Financial Report, DeKalb County, Tennessee" for the year ended June 30, 2010 was conducted by the Department of Audit, Division of County Audit, of the State of Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury.
The audit resulted in twelve findings and recommendations, according to the report.
To view the entire audit report on DeKalb County , click the following link. (Look for specific findings and recommendations by scrolling down to pages 159 to 172)
County Mayor Mike Foster comments on audit report. Click here to listen
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It's not uncommon for the state to find deficiencies. In fact, Blake Fontenay, Director of Communications for the Comptroller's Office, says findings and recommendations result from nearly every county audit performed by the state each year.