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Jansen Chairperson Explains Audit Discrepancy

By Gordon HopkinsThe COVID-19 pandemic has complicated virtually every aspect of government in one way or another, as evidenced by a letter from the Nebraska Auditor of Public Accounts, sent to Kesha Eldridge, Chairperson of the Jansen Village Board.

That letter, written by Assistant Deputy Auditor Mark Avery, CPA, and dated March 22, 2022, read in part, “For the fiscal year ended September 30, 2021, actual expenditures exceeded the adopted budget by $125,082.”

However, this does not mean the Village of Jansen spent over $125,000 more than anticipated. Instead, these funds were carried over from prior budgets for projects delayed by th...


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