Originally published on Mon June 30, 2014 11:52 am
Illinois' two state fairs did not comply with the law last year, according to a recent state audit -- and budget realities mean that'll happen again this summer.
The audit found that both the fairs in Springfield and DuQuoin overcharged entrance fees for horses.
But the Department of Agriculture says it's a consequence of the state contributing 200-thousand dollars $200,000 less toward the purse.
The head of the Lee County Board does not agree with one of the findings of an audit.
The former city clerk in Farmington, IA is facing multiple felonies after an audit revealed several irregularities in city financial transactions.
Lee County believes it has come up with a way to address an issue that popped up during the county's most recent audit.
Lee County’s latest audit reveals a few activities the state wants the county to resolve.