For the first time since at least 2013, TAPS Public Transit returned no major findings, noncompliance issues or material weaknesses in its annual audit. The TAPS Board of directors received an update on the annual report earlier this week.In its report for 2016, auditors found one material weakness related to missing documentation for $564,000 in expenses related to Medicaid.
Grayson County Tax Assessor Collector Bruce Stidham never flinched Wednesday as the wind howled around the east parking lot at the Grayson County Courthouse.
Editor’s note: This article has been updated throughout. The TAPS Public Transit board of directors agreed to accept settlement agreements with former management provider First Transit and accounting firm Conway Company CPA following a closed executive session Monday afternoon.