By allowing ads to appear on this site, you support the local businesses who, in turn, support great journalism.
Increased state oversight impacts tourism groups
Placeholder Image
MONROE - Recent regulation changes outlining a need for "100 percent accountability" from municipalities to the state government has increased apprehension among members of the Monroe Visitors & Promotion Commission while deliberating how to allocate funds for local tourism organizations. For commission member Art Bartsch, any future requested audits of the city could prove troublesome for City Clerk Carol Stamm if papers are not adequately organized and submitted. All documentation flows through the clerk's office as proof of spending by groups looking to advertise Monroe and its variety of tourist activities.

We hope you enjoyed your FREE preview of

Subscribe to access more great content!