The Leitchfield Utilities Commission on Thursday, May 5 selected its auditors for the next three fiscal years.
During the regularly scheduled May 5 Utilities Commission meeting, Utilities Chairman Robert Crawford presented the sole audit proposal for the City of Leitchfield’s Utilities fund.
The Leitchfield City Council, during its regular meeting on Monday, May 2, approved the proposal from Taylor, Polson & Company, CPAs, out of Glasgow, KY, to perform the annual audits for the city’s General, Utilities, and Tourism funds for the next three years at a total cost of $23,500 per year.
Taylor, Polson & Company has performed the city’s audits for the past three years.
Following the City Council’s approval of the company’s proposal, the Utilities Commission voted Thursday to also retain Taylor, Polson & Company as its auditing company for the next three fiscal years.
In other business:
*Utilities Superintendent Dwight Embry said that all of the radio read meters that were purchased last year have been installed, and Leitchfield Utilities is currently looking to order an additional 1,100 radio read meters for Fiscal Year 2016-2017.
*Embry said the utilities’ new dump truck is expected to be delivered on Friday, May 20.
Reach Matt Lasley at 270-259-9622, ext. 2015.