The changes come as the result of state leadership audit reports. The auditors determined that the principals were no longer capable of continuing their responsibilities. Additionally, they recommend that the school councils at Iroquois and Southern should be disbanded, while the council at Waggener may continue to serve an advisory role.
A 2009 audit concluded that the KLC’s NewCities Institute had cost $7.2 million over eight years and produced few results. That was among other reports of misspending within the KLC. New KLC executive director Jonathan Steiner says the audit isn’t the main basis for doing away with the institute.
The Kentucky Association of Counties will hold its annual convention in Louisville Tuesday through Friday. KACo officials are hoping to move beyond a state Auditor’s report issued last year that uncovered lavish spending of public dollars by organization officials.
Six Kentucky counties have been chosen at random for post-primary election audits by the attorney general’s office. The counties are Pulaski, Clinton, Bath, Breckinridge, Johnson and Hart. Attorney General Jack Conway says the audits are quality control measures.
Louisville Metro Government officials say they are still working to rectify all of the issues uncovered in a recent report from the office of the State Auditor.
by Stephanie Crosby JCPS Superintendent Sheldon Berman has recommended the closure of Frost Middle School and re-staffing at five other district schools in response to a state audit of the district’s worst-performing schools. The district is forced under state law to take certain actions to improve the schools. The proposal to close Frost would move… Continue reading Berman Recommends Frost Closure, Re-Staffing at Five Others
The Budget and Government Accountability and Oversight Committees will hold a joint meeting to discuss Luallen’s recent audit of Metro Government, which cited dozens of problems with department and financial management.
An audit of Louisville Metro Government by State Auditor Crit Luallen has been released and the report lists dozens of weak spots in oversight and management.
A Louisville Metro Councilman says the recent resignation of two government employees is a sign of financial mismanagement.
by Stephanie Crosby A year-end review of the city of Louisville’s finances to be released this month contains some concerns from the state auditor’s office – but Mayor Jerry Abramson says most of the problems outlined have already been addressed. He says most of the concerns pointed out included policy issues at Metro Animal Services… Continue reading Abramson Responds to City Finances Audit