Supervisors approve biennial audit for Pinyon Pines CWD

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The Pinyon Pines County Water District will be required to have a financial statement audit every other year. The California Government Code allows a special district to have biennial audits rather than annual audits with the unanimous support of the district board and the Riverside County Board of Supervisors. The Pinyon Pines County Water District approved the resolution Sept. 13, and the county board of supervisors voted 5-0, Nov. 3, to approve the Mountain Center district’s request to replace the annual audits with biennial ones. The Pinyon Pines County Water District has an annual operating income of less than $48,000. An annual audit is expensive for a small district, and district staff said that changing the audits to every other year will save the district more than $3,000
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