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Purpose

The City of Wilmington's Audit Committee promotes public accountability by providing additional oversight to the City's Internal Audit Division and Finance Department. 

Members  

Staff

  • Sterling Cheatham, City Manager
  • Allison Collins, City Auditor
  • Chris Compton, Committee Secretary
  • Jennifer Maready, Finance Director
  • Bryon Dorey, Assistant Finance Director (Treasurer)

Agenda

Meeting Minutes

For Audit Committee Agendas and Minutes older than the items listed, please contact the City's Internal Audit Division.

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Expand/Contract Questions and Answers

  • How much will it cost?

  • Who does the City Auditor report to?

  • Who receives audit reports?

  • What does the scope of an audit mean?

  • Does audit give assistance to departments who want to improve their cash handling process or other functions within their department?

  • How often do you audit departments?

  • How was my department/division selected for an audit?

  • Why does the City of Wilmington need an Internal Audit Division?

  • When and Where does the Audit Committee meet?

  • Which City Councilmembers are on the Audit Committee?

  • How can I find archived Audit Committee Meeting Agenda's and Minutes?

  • Do arts & crafts and fabric stores in the City of Wilmington have to close?

  • Are the City of Wilmington’s tennis courts open?

  • Are alcohol sales still allowed at the City’s Municipal Golf Course?

  • Are “corner stores” allowed to stay open?

  • Is the homeless population subject to the same gathering restrictions as everyone else, even when gathering for meals offered by non-profit organizations?

  • Are innkeepers allowed to rent hotel/motel rooms to individuals with a child or other family member admitted to the hospital but who do not have other local lodging and are not allowed to stay at the hospital due to COVID-19 restrictions?

  • Is a botanical nursery allowed to remain open as an essential business?

  • Is fence construction allowed?

  • Why isn’t the Riverfront Farmer’s Market open, and are other farmer’s markets allowed?

  • Are all City parks closed?

  • Can I still go to work if I have a job in construction?

  • Would a residential pressure washing, and window cleaning business be considered essential?

  • Are cell phone businesses considered essential?

  • What should City of Wilmington residents, who are returning home from another county, state, or country do upon arrival back in our area?

  • Will the Wilmington Police Department be pulling people over to check where they are going?

  • Are bookstores and sports equipment stores allowed to remain open?

  • Are furniture stores required to close?

  • Are towing companies allowed to continue business?

  • Are local motor companies that only sell cars and do not offer auto repair allowed to stay open to the public?

  • What action has been taken related to designating 3rd Street as a commemorative way for Major General Joseph McNeil?

  • What is the process/timeline for consideration of this request?

  • Who is Major General Joseph McNeil?

  • Will this requested action re-name 3rd Street?