A city audit is raising concerns about spending by employees working on the Atlanta BeltLine project. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution also reviewed the spending and found taxpayers paid for elaborate staff retreats, stays at pricey hotels, and meals at some of Atlanta's finest restaurants.
A state audit released last month said the Georgia Department of Agriculture isn’t doing enough inspections of the highest-risk food processing plants in the state. The department is changing that this month by starting to inspect the riskiest plants more often.
Albany State University's president is responding to an audit showing the school admitted hundreds of freshman who didn't meet minimum requirements. Everette Freeman, president of Albany State University told students and faculty [Friday], the university is moving quickly to prevent the problem from happening again.