Appomattox County’s economic standing was given a clean bill of health. Findings from a recent audit of fiscal year 2014, were presented to the Appomattox County Board of Supervisors on Monday the previous year saw some budget weaknesses. But the Times Virginian reports the County’s general fund finished with $7.2 million last year, which was a $360,000 decrease from the previous year. One negative impact facing the county next year, according to the article, will be the requirement to report retirement contributions, therefore increasing the expense percentage burden. All in all, officials say Appomattox is pretty close to where it needs to be.