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Switch to new accountant saving park district $50,000

The Homewood-Flossmoor Park District Board of Commissioners agreed to switch its accounting work to Lauterbach & Amen LLP. The move will save the district $50,000 over the next five years. The board’s decision at its January meeting was unanimous.The firm BKD, originally Wolf and Company, had been the auditor for many years. Superintendent of Finance and Administration Sharon Dangles told the commissioners that after completion of the last audit dated April 30, 2017, the firms merged. Dangles said the park district staff decided “to see if we could obtain reduced pricing while still maintaining . . .

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