Accounting controls shall be designed and implemented to provide reasonable assurances that:
      (1)   Capital expenditures made by the county, its various departments and possible future utilities be in accordance with management’s authorization as documented in the minutes.
      (2)   Transactions of the possible future utilities be recorded as necessary to permit preparation of financial statements in conformity with generally accepted principles.
      (3)   Adequate detail records be maintained to assure accountability for county and possible future utility owned assets.
      (4)   Access to assets be permitted in accordance with management’s authorization.
      (5)   The recorded accountability for assets be compared with the existing assets at least every two years and appropriate action be taken with respect to any differences.
(BC Ord. 1997-19, passed 12-1-97)