Accounting firm stops providing services for the city
March 2, 2022
by Kelly Costa
The accounting firm of Kerber, Eck and Braeckel informed the city of Staunton that they will cease their services as the city's accountants in a letter entered into the public record at the city council meeting on Monday night.
They will wrap up their accounting tenure upon completion of the city's 2021 audit. The letter from the accounting firm stated that they don't feel they can continue to provide the level of services that the city requires. During the transition, Kerber, Eck and Braeckel said they will cooperate with a new accounting firm when the city employs one.
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