Pump reported that the City’s receipts totaled $11,612,751 for the audited year. The receipts included $1,968,431 in property taxes, $511,596 from tax increment financing, $7,805,125 from charges for service, $563,486 from operating grants, contributions, and restricted interest, $137,585 for capital grants, contributions, and restricted interest, $376,261 for local option sales tax, $22,859 from unrestricted investment earnings, and $227,408 from other general receipts.
Disbursements for the year totaled $11,703,655. The disbursements included $1,226,621 for public safety, $1,369,665 for public works, $14,644 for health and social services, $662,552 for culture and recreation, $702,580 for community and economic development, $246,942 for general government. $628,876 for debt service, $15,332 for capital projects, and $6,836,443 for business type activities.
A copy of the audit report is available for review in the office of the Auditor of State and the City Clerk’s office.