A long-awaited audit of the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce’s contract for running the city’s enterprise zone is set to be discussed tonight by Anaheim City Council members.
The audit found that the chamber had “inconsistent record keeping, particularly as it relates to timekeeping, and has resulted in the inability of the City to ascertain with reasonable assurance that all Enterprise Zone expenses were utilized in an effective manner.”
At the same time, the audit found that the chamber “substantially complied” with its core requirements under the city contract and was effective overall.
Click here to read the audit and here for the staff report.
Curious what else is happening this week? Click here to check out our rundown at On the Agenda.
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