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TWINSBURG -- School District Treasurer Martin Aho was was presented with a plaque by a representative from the Auditor of State's office at the Twinsburg Board of Education's May 17 meeting.
Lindsay Kuhn Blair, regional liaison for State Auditor Dave Yost, presented Aho with the award.
"We audit about 5,900 government entities each year," Blair said. "I would say less than 5 percent even qualify for this award. Even less receive this award."
According to information from the auditor's office, those receiving the award must:
File timely financial reports with the Auditor of State's office in the form of a Comprehensive Annual Financial Report;
Not contain any findings for recovery, material citations, material weaknesses, significant deficiencies, Single Audit findings or questioned costs; and
Have a management letter with no comments regarding ethics referrals; questioned costs less than $10,000; lack of timely report submission; reconciliation; failure to obtain a timely single audit; findings for recovery for less than $100; and public meetings or public records.
Superintendent Kathryn Powers said Aho helps the district "stay along the line."
"I have the great pleasure of working with a fantastic treasurer," Powers said. "Marty is one of the best in the state. I appreciate the fact that he makes me stay along the line here."