In addition to these broad assignments, the auditor should be alert to possible irregularities and fraud, as well as weaknesses in internal control. It is important for the auditor to inform the responsible officials about such weaknesses when they are discovered.
Clarion County has approximately 120 accounts to be audited, as some of the accounts have sub-accounts.
Auditing the 34 tax collectors’ is time-sensitive. The tax collector must have their books audited by March 1 of the current year.
Three auditors are elected for a term of 4 years. Auditors must be a registered voter of Clarion County. Auditors may not hold any other elective or appointive office.
Courthouse, 3rd Floor Ste 39
421 Main Street
Clarion, PA 16214
Telephone: (814) 226-4000 x2710