Late last month we reported that the State Auditor’s Office’s Public Corruption and Fraud Division was reviewing a whistleblower’s allegation about operations in the City of Macon. While this review is not an audit, at times these investigations can lead to one. We reached out to the Auditor’s office for an update. State Auditor Nicole Galloway…

The auditor’s office indicates that this is a typical step in the process when it receives and investigates a complaint. The state receives a large number of whistleblower complaints throughout the year, and Galloway encourages people to use this resource.

Macon City Administrator Avis Marshall says they are cooperating with the Auditor’s Office.

The office received the complaint about Macon on January 21st.