Linn Creek was named on a list of cities that State Auditor Tom Schweich will be looking into over the next few months to check on their compliance with changes in the Macks Creek law. Auditors are expected to examine the municipal court compliance with new revisions the state passed in 2013. This is the first time Linn Creek has been audited in over 10 years. The compliance with the law will be the main focus of the audit; however, the state will also check on statistics for warrants which relates to gender and race as well as any special treatments, corruptions, accounting issues or embezzlement in the system. The Macks Creek law is a nod to the former speed trap which the city was famous for. This law caps the amount a municipality can keep to 30%.