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Highland approves budget

By Linda Petersen
HIGHLAND The city council approved a new 2018-2019 budget on June 19.
2018 - 2019 Budget (General Fund)

Where does the revenue come from? $
Taxes 5,750,000
Licenses & Permits 448,500
Intergovernmental 957,500
Services & Fees 52,000
Court Fines 153,500
Garbage, other & indirect charges 1,133,985
Misc. Revenue 451,200

Where does the money go? $
Personnel (Salaries, wages & benefits) 1,636,947
Operations 2,403,240
Public Safety 3,486,071
Other Contracted Services 41,000

Capital Projects $
(Not from General Fund)

Parks maintenance building 300, 000
Salt storage building 145,000

This does not include revenues/expenditures for the city's sewer, pressurized irrigation, culinary water, cemetery and open space special service district, which are addressed in accounts other than the General Fund.

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.
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