MOUNT VERNON — Knox County Auditor Jonette Curry is a recipient of the “Distinguished County Auditor” award, presented by the County Auditors’ Association of Ohio (CAAO). The award recognizes County Auditors who have completed 100 or more hours of continuing education during their term of office.

Curry was recognized and received the award from CAAO President Logan County Auditor Michael Yoder, during the recent CAAO Winter Conference. In recognizing this achievement the CAAO notes, that when you consider the time commitments on County Auditors in general, it is truly an accomplishment for a County Auditor to have over 100 hours of credit.

Section 319.04 of the Ohio Revised Code requires County Auditors to complete at least 24 hours of continuing education during their term of office. Curry obtained her training in topics such as Valuation, Millage and Tax Levies, Budget Commission and Rate Setting, Trends in Property Valuation and two mandatory classes in ethics and substance abuse.

 

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