GLASGOW BOARD OF ALDERMEN DISCUSS ORDINANCE FOR STATE AUDIT TO BE CONDUCTED ON CITY FINANCES DURING MEETING

The Glasgow Board of Aldermen discussed an ordinance for the Missouri State Auditor’s office to look at the city’s books during its meeting on Monday, December 4.

Glasgow residents asked for the board to have an audit done on the city’s finances during a meeting on November 13, where the board presented the ordinance during the recent meeting.

City Attorney Randall Barron said there are several ways in which the audit can be requested.

Barron gives the other option.

After the board approved the ordinance, Barron added the city should know soon if the state will conduct the audit.

In other business, Mayor Fred Foley addressed the audience by saying the board is working hard to combat some concerns raised by residents. Foley said the situation involving suspended City Administrator and Chief of Police Kevin Atwood could not be discussed and residents will be informed once the investigation is complete.