Friday, May 04, 2012

State Comptrollers In Sullivan County
The state comptroller’s office began auditing Sullivan County’s financial records to determine why the county’s books differ from books kept at the Sheriff’s Office. Sheriff Wayne Anderson requested them to help determine why County Officials claim the department is short 600-thousand dollars. The Sheriff’s Office was asking the county for 180-thousand to pay for increased fuel expenses when county records showed such a shortfall. Because the two sides disagree Anderson wanted an independent agency to look at the records saying at a news conference that anyone can make a mistake. The County Mayor went on record welcoming the assistance from the comptroller’s office as he met with a team from the state that looked through financial records at the courthouse all week. He expects the report to confirm County records are accurate as he is 99-percent sure. No matter what happens with the audit County Trustee Frances Harrell told the Executive Committee that the county is experiencing its worst cash-flow problem since 1975. (bg)

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

  • Gas Prices Continue to Drop Across the Tri-Cities
  • Controversial Superintendent Announces Plans to Retire
  • Two Charged in Johnson City Home Robbery
  • ETSU Goes Public with Student Report of Rape
  • Kingsport Earns Highest Bond Ratings in History
  • House Fire in Bristol Contained to Kitchen
  • Sullivan County Commissioners Consent to Support of Wellmont staying local, State Constitution Amendment 1
  • Fire Department Promotion in Johnson City
  • Kingsport Mom Booked Again After Children Found Wondering the Streets
  • Deer Versus Vehicle Crashes on the Rise, THP Reports
  • Man Arrested After Fight With Father Ends With Gunfire



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