He's hasn't been in town long, but College Station's new city auditor has already crafted a game plan.
Thursday afternoon, Ty Elliott presented his proposed plan of action when it comes to reviewing the city.
Purchasing, public works and public utilities are Priorities One, Two and Three for Elliott, who has used quantitative and qualitative factoring to decide where he wants to examine first.
By no means, though, does Elliott say he's uncovered anything bad.
"I have not identified anything that's wrong in the city at this juncture," he said. "Right now, I'm proactively seeking out opportunities to find areas within the city the could be improved."
Elliott arrived on the job in College Station in August as the city's first auditor.
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