The Finance Department is responsible for administering the City’s financial policies and procedures which include: accounts payable, accounts receivable, annual audit process, annual budget preparation, cash and investment management, financial reporting, and business licenses, and building permitting. The department establishes and maintains an accounting and reporting system in accordance with State and Federal laws, and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
The Finance Department consists of the Finance Director, Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable clerks. We strive to provide the highest attainable level of citizen-employee service while managing all aspects of the town’s finances.
Finance Department Staff
Finance Director Jerry Baker email@example.com
Accounts Payable Debbie Watkins firstname.lastname@example.org
Accounts Receivable Gail Harrell email@example.com
State law requires all municipalities, regardless of population or budget size, to submit a financial audit to the state Treasurer’s office within 13 months of the end of that municipality’s fiscal year.
An audit must include all financial records and transactions of the municipality and any agency funded in whole by the municipality plus a report that includes the recording, collection, and distribution of applicable court fines.