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School district audit finds nothing major
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MONROE - An annual audit of the Monroe school district found no major concerns, according to Daniel Jacobson, managing partner at accounting firm Reffue, Pas, Jacobson, Knox & Koster LLP. Jacobson presented the audit report at Monday's finance committee meeting. He noted only minor concerns found during the audit, including a repeat from last year - that the district has a "lack of segregation of duties and cross-training" in the accounting department.