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Deanna Dickmeyer

Auditor says system is flawed

 Posted on July 23, 2014 at 10:47 am

When I stepped into the position as the first elected Auditor of Lincoln County, it was obvious there was a long list of issues to work on. I had many goals for the office and I assumed that my office would be backed and supported by the commission equal to the other offices. All other officials have at least a part time assistant. Some of the other officials with full

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