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PJC Regents receive clean audit, begin redistricting process

Published or Revised January 18, 2017

Both Paris Junior College and the PJC Memorial Foundation received good news about their independent auditor reports, which were approved by the PJC Board of Regents Monday evening.

“Management got a clean opinion on these financial statements,” said Andy Reich of McClanahan Holmes. “It was another good year financially for PJC.”

Reich explained that there are three different audits done, one according to generally accepted auditing standards, a federal funds audit and a state audit.

“There were no findings and no questioned costs found, so it’s all good news,” said Reich.

The regents also took the first step in redistricting after receiving annexation approval from Lamar County voters. They voted to retain attorney Michael Morrison, who will be charged with redistricting the PJC district to include all of Lamar County.

“I can’t thank the voters of Lamar County enough,” said PJC Regent Jim Bell.

In other business, the Board of Regents:

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