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The city of San Diego offered up a two-week timeframe for completing its long-overdue 2003 audit at morning meeting today, although outside auditors from KPMG would not commit to the city’s forecast.
Deputy Auditor & Comptroller Greg Levin told the council’s Audit Committee that KPMG should be able to finish up its work by March 12. KPMG officials, however, were reluctant to commit, but called Levin’s projection “not impossible.”
“I will not give you an exact date, but we are working diligently with the city,” said a KPMG official.