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Cedar Hills approves budget

By Linda Petersen
CEDAR HILLS — The city council recently approved the 2017-2018 budget.

General Fund

Where does the revenue come from? $
Taxes 2,520,106
Licenses & Permits 94,000
Intergovernmental 381,100
Services 736,300
Recreation & Cultural 419,000
Misc. Revenue 45,500



Where does the money go? $
Personnel 1,025,270
Operations 232,000
Public Safety 1,164,931
Other Contracted Services 232, 000


What's New?
Passport services is a new revenue source for the city.
The Assistant City Manager position has been absorbed into the administration and finance departments.
The city now contracts with Bowens Collins and Associates for engineering services.
The city sold property for $2,200,000.
The cost of legal services and park maintenance costs have gone up by $30,000 and $26,500 respectively.



Capital Projects $
Harvey Blvd. widening 600,000
Deerfield Park land purchase and development 2,850,000
Bayhill Trailhead Park 200,000

This story includes highlights of the budget. It is not meant to be a comprehensive analysis of the document. As such, the revenues and expenditures columns above do not have totals provided and, if added up, do not equal each other. For a detailed budget, visit the city website.
The community news source for Eagle Mountain Utah, Saratoga Springs Utah, Lehi Utah, American Fork Utah, Highland Utah, Alpine Utah, and The Cedar Valley, including Cedar Fort Utah and Fairfield Utah. Copyright 2017 The Crossroads Journal LLC. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
 





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