Danielsville city council members received a good report on their 2010 audit Sept. 12.
The council heard from city auditors Rushton and Company, who said the city had a “clean opinion” on its 2010 audit, which was late this year due to the personnel changes in the spring. Auditors noted that revenues were up $38,725 (9.1 percent) in 2010, mostly due to $28,845 in increased property taxes.
Expenditures were also down $235,167 (36.6 percent) mostly due to a decrease in debt service on the city’s line of credit.
The council also heard that the water department is operating at a $50,000 per year loss, which is being supplemented by the general fund.