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Moniteau County Joins Treasurer Fitzpatrick’s Local Government Checkbook

Tuesday, November 16, 2021
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  Jefferson City, MO –Missouri State Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick today announced that Moniteau County has joined the Local Government Checkbook, making its spending data available to Missourians. The Checkbook is part of his ongoing commitment to ensuring a more efficient and transparent government at all levels.


                Spending data from 21 local governments, Buchanan County, Butler County, Callaway County, Cape Girardeau County, Carter County, Cass County, Clay County, Cole County, Cooper County, Dallas County, Franklin County, Greene County, Hickory County, Jasper County, Lawrence County, Lincoln County, Moniteau County, Newton County, St. Charles County, the City of St. Louis, and Vernon County, can be searched, with additional counties in progress. The Office will continue adding county expenditure data as it becomes available.


Visitors to the Checkbook can examine expenditure data detailing funds, departments, vendors, payment descriptions, and totals for the available government entities.


“I believe transparency leads to better government. As Treasurer, I am always working to support enhanced transparency,” Treasurer Fitzpatrick said. “I am grateful to county leaders who are working to find ways to increase transparency and build trust for their constituents. I hope more county leaders will join in and participate in the local government checkbook.”


“We’re pleased to be a part of the Local Government Checkbook,” Sarah Jones, Moniteau County Treasurer, said. “This is a great way for county residents to see how their tax dollars are spent. I hope Moniteau County residents will check out this new tool.”


In 2020, Treasurer Fitzpatrick announced the expansion of the Show-Me Checkbook to include local governments. He also facilitated aggregating state expenditures related to federal stimulus funding in one portal on the Treasurer’s Office website for Missourians to search. He recently expanded the portal to include information related to the American Rescue Plan.


The Show-Me Checkbook is one of the most comprehensive state financial data portals in the country. The Local Government section of the Show-Me Checkbook can be found here.




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