Questions remain about the $18-thousand missing from
Monday night Macon City Council's appropriations committee received an audit report that found a number of inconsistencies.
The report showed flaws in the process of documenting when animals are adopted. And because of poor record keeping, the money may never be found.
"One system showed that there were I believe 57 animals that were adopted in the first 10 months of fiscal year 2011. But another system showed over 150 animals were adopted. We only collected fees for those 57, or that was only what was showing up in that revenue line," said Tom Ellington, of Macon City Council.
The audit report also revealed, the county owes the city around $5-thousand for animal control services.