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Supervisors OK internal audits on city fleet, waste, fraud and abuse

Internal audit studies on city government fleet efficiency and ways to combat waste, fraud and abuse won unanimous approval Thursday from Carson City’s Board of Supervisors.During a lengthy discussion before the vote, however, unanimity at first appeared elusive on the two studies costing $45,000.Supervisor Jim Shirk sought assurances city savings would result. He said he wanted government run like a business.He also indicated he wasn’t seeing results in the aftermath of a previous audit on Eagle Valley golf complex, which is city-owned but leased to an operator. His view, however, was immediately challenged.“We’re struggling to take responsibility,” said Supervisor Brad …

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