The Key Peninsula Fire Department is updating its purchasing practices after receiving a management letter from the Washington State Auditor’s Office. Fire Chief Guy Allen, right, pictured here with Fire Commissioner Ray Lamoureux, said his desire for transparency is what prompted him to release the results of the audit in his weekly update on the department’s Facebook page.
The Key Peninsula Fire Department is updating its purchasing practices after receiving a management letter from the Washington State Auditor’s Office. Fire Chief Guy Allen, right, pictured here with Fire Commissioner Ray Lamoureux, said his desire for transparency is what prompted him to release the results of the audit in his weekly update on the department’s Facebook page. Lee Giles III Staff file, 2014
The Key Peninsula Fire Department is updating its purchasing practices after receiving a management letter from the Washington State Auditor’s Office. Fire Chief Guy Allen, right, pictured here with Fire Commissioner Ray Lamoureux, said his desire for transparency is what prompted him to release the results of the audit in his weekly update on the department’s Facebook page. Lee Giles III Staff file, 2014

Key Peninsula Fire implementing new policies after receiving management letter from auditor’s office

March 29, 2017 12:43 PM

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