NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury’s Office has removed the Town of Bean Station’s FY 2019-20 audit from its website after “minor issues” were discovered during a preliminary review by the office.
As reported by Grainger Today in the article titled “Town of Bean Station FY 2019-20 audit completed” in the November 17 issue, the Town’s FY 2019-20 audit appeared on the Comptroller of the Treasury’s website Monday, November 1. As of Monday, November 15 the audit had been removed.
In response to an inquiry by Grainger Today regarding the removal of the Town’s audit from the website, Director of Communications John Dunn said, “We did remove Bean Station’s FY 2020 audit from our website. During our initial review we noticed some minor issues with the CPA firm’s report, and we have asked them to submit to us a revised report. After we receive the revised report we will review it again to ensure the corrections have been made. If the revised report is acceptable, a letter to the Town will be issued. The new report will also be posted to our website.”
As of Tuesday, November 23, the Town’s FY 2019-20 audit had not been re-posted to the Comptroller of the Treasury’s website.