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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.

School board treasurer Brian Keith said that concern is determined by the number of employees in the department.

"That's the size of our staff that's going to limit our ability, so we'd have to hire a lot more staff, which costs money," Keith said.

- Susan Endres