The role and responsibilities of the Municipal Audit Committee were established in June 1991 pursuant to Resolution 91-16 and have been amended by Resolution several times. The City Council desires to codify herein the establishment of the Municipal Audit Commission, (formerly known as Municipal Audit Committee). In 2022, the Municipal Audit Commission was reclassified as a Committee.
The Municipal Audit Committee is established and shall consist of four (4) voting members. Notwithstanding any other provision of the Ashland Municipal Code, four voting members shall be appointed by the city council and shall consist of the Mayor or a Councilor, one Budget Committee member, and two citizens at large. The City Recorder shall be an ex-officio non-voting member.
The Municipal Audit Committee shall be responsible to:
|Length of Term
|Semi-annually or as needed, usually during the months of September through November
|Members - 3 year terms for Citizens at large expiring December 31; 1 year term for Budget Committee & City Council Member
|Dee Anne Everson