Gerald Witt has a pretty interesting piece, right smack here, about the audit process that will take place in the Trustee's Office. There's certainly nothing groundbreaking as officials conduct audits between every transition, but it certainly provides some insight into what is done.
Two things of note:
The story said that, according to John Duncan III's City County Building pass, he'd been in the office on weekends and the day before he resigned. That's impressive. I been hearing for a long time that he pretty much quit going to work.
He did spend some time in the Cedar Bluff satellite office because it's near his home, but other than that? Heh.
Also, the office oversees 26 bank accounts, which is more than auditors say it needs. Expect some consolidation to happen.