State auditor responds to City of Hemet’s corrective action plan

Photo source: Hemet was originally one of six cities in the state of California designated as high-risk, four of those cities have provided acceptable corrective action plans, leaving Hemet and Maywood designated as high risk. California has 482 incorporated cities. ■ By Mary Ann Morris / Editor The city of Hemet (Hemet) provided its first update to its corrective action plan on May 25, 2017, more than three months after its original due date in February. In its response, Hemet has revised the timelines of many of the proposed corrective action items, and has simply not taken any action on other items, according to the office of State Auditor Elaine

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