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The Indiana State Board of Accounts completed its annual audit of the City of Kokomo and its Wastewater Utility. Their preliminary report indicates a favorable assessment with “no findings,” meaning that the auditors found no discrepancies in the City or Wastewater Utility’s financial records and is in compliance with laws and regulations. This is the sixth consecutive year for which the City of Kokomo has received a state audit with no findings.

Through a detailed audit, the Indiana State Board of Accounts assessed the City of Kokomo’s accounting principles, compliance with state laws and evaluated the overall financial status of the City.

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Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight will serve as the first vice-president for the Indiana Association of Cities and Towns (IACT) for 2015.

“Mayor Goodnight is clearly one of our state and our nation’s leading mayors in the quality of place movement,” said IACT Executive Director and CEO Matthew C. Greller.  “Having his perspective as an officer of our organization will only be positive for IACT.”

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Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight joined Prospect League officials and new Kokomo team owner Michael Zimmerman to announce that Kokomo will join the Prospect League with new team for the 2015 season.

“The Prospect League’s decision to bring a team to Kokomo is more than a baseball announcement,” said Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight. “This is about bringing family entertainment to the heart of our city and creating pedestrian activity in the afternoon and evening around a new baseball stadium.” 

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The City of Kokomo has been awarded $1,330,000 for demolition of uninhabitable structures throughout the city to help eliminate blighted and abandoned houses.

Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann announced that Kokomo’s proposal for funding through the Hardest Hit Fund Blight Elimination Program was approved. Read More
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