A recent review of the city of Sunnyside's financial statements, as well as its handling of federal awards, turned up no findings by state auditors.
According to the report released last week, state auditors reviewed the city's books for the year 2010 and found no significant deficiencies or material weaknesses in the city's recordkeeping.
As part of the audit, Sunnyside provided financial statements for 2010.
Those records show that for 2010 the city's total expenditures were $19.8 million, with $9.3 million of that for the general fund, which covers many of the city's day-to-day expenses.
Expenditures for last year included $7.4 million for public safety. The city in 2010 also spent a little more than $1 million for debt service, $2.8 million for general government and $4.2 million for a category called "physical environment."
Sunnyside's report also showed the city in 2010 had revenues totaling $19.8 million, with $9.7 million of that for the general fund.
According to the figures Sunnyside provided auditors, the two biggest revenue sources were $7.8 million in charges for goods and services, as well as $7.3 million in tax revenue.