Proposed Wheaton budget includes $86M in revenues, $89.7M in expenditures
WHEATON — After holding three budget workshops March 9, 11 and 16, the Wheaton City Council hosted a public hearing Monday for its proposed Fiscal Year 2013-14 annual budget, which includes about $86 million in revenues and about $89.7 million in expenditures, according to city reports.
Based on the three workshops, some changes were made to the proposed budget that resulted in a decrease in revenues and increase in expenditures, city officials said.
Changes were made in the general, tax increment financing district, capital projects and parking revenue funds, reports show.
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