Sunday, October 23, 2011 at 11:00 pm (Updated: October 23, 11:59 pm)
While officials have taken retired city recorder Jim Hines to task for the turnaround on the audit, the state has little power to enforce when the municipality completes its audit.
Community members have taken to Facebook to discuss Rockwood recently, and one post by John Evans, Vice Mayor Peggy Evans’ son, encouraged people to contact the Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury because of concerns about some of the audit findings and the delay in completion.
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