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City auditor's office needs independence, autonomy to do job correctly

The current city budget flap shows an essential need for preserving the independence of the auditor's office. How do you preserve the independence of that office when staffing and program decisions are subject to veto by those targeted for oversight? The relationship is clouded when the auditor is both watchdog to bureaus and reliant on them. Championing good governance requires being accountable to the voters. Oregonian Editorial:

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