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Conway aldermen ask for more information on audit options

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CONWAY (Log Cabin Democrat) - After an audit committee meeting and a discussion in the regular council meeting Tuesday night, Conway City Council members decided to get more specific information about how much a private audit would cost in comparison to the free legislative audit.

Timing is the biggest concern with staying with the free legislative audit, but the last time the city used a private auditor it cost about $100,000.

At this time, the council does not have specific figures of how much a private audit would cost. The aldermen moved to put out a request for qualifications to get specific information so they can assess the cost versus the reward of not using the legislative audit.

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