A recent audit of Christian County government showed no major problems.
The official audit report released by Kentucky Auditor Adam Edelen says the county’s financial statements fairly present the county’s assets, liabilities and assets.
The only non-compliance issue the audit cites is 15 invoices for food purchases at the jail which weren’t paid for within the required 30 days. State law requires such purchases to be paid in full within that time frame, unless there is a dispute between the county and vendor.
The official county response says invoices are paid from the jail fund as cash flows permit, and that every effort possible will be made in the future to see the county is in compliance.