BLENCOE, Iowa (AP) -

A state audit shows poor record-keeping at the western Iowa city of Blencoe has led to a loss of more than $71,000 in property taxes and unsupported spending of city money.

Former city clerk Kym Harris served from January 2008 until she resigned last September after the city discovered financial reports hadn't been filed. The city couldn't collect property taxes for the fiscal year that ended in June.

Harris told the Omaha World Herald in January she was going through cancer treatments and things were in turmoil.

She did not immediately return a call.

The audit, released Tuesday by State Auditor David Vaudt, found just over $2,400 of unsupported expenditures and more than $300 of improper reimbursements to Harris.

Blencoe, population 225, is 45 miles south of Sioux City.