KPMG said that it would miss the upcoming Feb. 16 target to complete a long-overdue audit of San Diego's 2003 financial statements.

In December San Diego’s City Council approved paying another $2.2 million to KPMG for the audit. The additional spending approval brings the city’s total KPMG tab to $6.6. million, and was marked the ninth time KPMG asked the city for more money to complete its fiscal review.

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