The Key Peninsula Fire Department recently completed an audit conducted by the Washington State Auditor’s office.
According to Chief Guy Allen, fire districts are audited every two years to verify appropriate processing of vouchers, financial reports, and to assure that procedures are followed appropriately.
“I am proud to report, for the eighth straight audit over the past 16 years, the Key Peninsula Fire Department received a clean audit report with no findings or administrative letters,”Allen said in a recent press release.
He said the department’s staff, and in particular Christina Bosch, administrative manager, should be recognized for their outstanding attention to detail.
“Our citizens can be assured that every effort is taken to spend their tax dollars appropriately,”Allen said.
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