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April 03, 2013 - City seeks new auditor

Clarkston City Council voted 7-0 to seek bids for a new auditing service at their regular meeting on March 25.

The city currently employs Janz and Knight P.L.C for approximately $11,000 annually.

"Seems a little pricey," said Mayor Joe Luginski at the meeting. The council hopes to secure at least three bids for auditing services before hiring a new auditor.

An audit by Janz and Knight last year discovered "significant deficiencies" in the city's budget process, including repeatedly spending money and amending the budget afterwards.

Planning with RCOC

Both Clarkson and Independence Township will meet with Road Commission of Oakland County (RCOC) this week for strategic planning meetings.

On April 10, RCOC will meet with Independence Township officials at 1 p.m. at Township Hall and with members of the City Council at 3 p.m. at Village Hall to discuss future roadwork plans. These meetings are open to the public.

Camp Invention sign up

Clarskton Community Education is signing up students for this year's Camp Invention, starting July 22.

Beth Rogers and Jessica Herzog direct the week-long Geo-Quest program at the Clarkston Community Education building. Children will work together to seek innovative solutions to real-world challenges through four modules for each day. Call 248-623-5400 or email lmzara@clarkston.k12.mi.us.

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