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The Tennessee Office of the Comptroller released last week the results of its financial audit for Cheatham County for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, and noted seven findings and recommendations: one for the Office of Building and Codes, two for the Emergency Medical Service and four for Cheatham County Schools.

Among the findings in the school audit were the director of schools receiving $9,000 in compensation not approved by the Cheatham County School Board, fraudulent fuel charges resulting in a net loss of $29,774, materially incorrect ledger balances in the General Purpose School Fund and not maintaining adequate controls over capital assets records.

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