The electric company that serves the city of Bryan has received a clean audit for the fiscal year that ended in September of last year. Bryan Texas Utilities or BTU says the outside audit company found no weaknesses in internal controls.
But BTU General Manager Dan Wilkerson says this is not the special audit requested by the Bryan City Council. Last year the council approved a resolution allowing BTU to disclose more operations information, including the salaries of top managers.
Wilkerson says the special audit is expected to be completed in about two weeks. That one will examine whether BTU is following proper processes it its day to day operations, and whether it is operating efficiently.
BTU serves 48,000 Bryan customers and has 188 workers.
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