A review of the Grays Harbor Public Utility District’s accountability and financial statements resulted in no significant findings and a clean report from the Washington State Auditor’s office.

At the audit exit conference on Tuesday, the state reported to the utility that no significant issues were found in the area of accountability following a review of utility insurance, procurement, net metering credits, review and testing of surplus property procedures, open public meeting minutes, fuel mix disclosure, financial condition and fiscal sustainability.

The audit of the utility financial statements also resulted in a clean report as the PUD was found to have “no instances of non-compliance or other matters that are required to be reported.”

“This report makes me very proud of the work put in by our PUD staff,” said Commissioner Dave Timmons, who attended the exit conference.  “The public puts its faith in the utility to responsibly manage their PUD and this report shows that their faith and trust is justified.”