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|Police Jury revised budget totals $8.4 million|
The Concordia Parish Police Jury approved a revised 2008 budget of $8.4 million during its regular monthly meeting Monday night.
The revised budget reflects about $100,000 in additional fuel costs due to the escalating price of gas and diesel.
Revenue of $8,459,843 is anticipated in all funds, with general fund revenue of $1,926,687 and special revenue income of $6,533,156, which includes sales tax and other funds.
Expenditures are expected to total $8,286,721 with $1,917,195 for the general fund and $6,369,526 for the special revenue fund.
In all funds, the Jury is anticipating a surplus of $173,122 for the year. With a beginning balance for all funds of $4,431,159, the Jury is expected to end 2008 with a balance in the black of $4,604,272.
In other business, the Jury:
• Took under advisement bids for health unit renovations in Ferriday and chemical bids.
• Voted to purchase a dump truck for $66,800. The Jury had set aside $22,000 for the purchase and has received a grant of $32,000 for the truck.
• Approved occupational licenses for James Neely, Spokane Construction, 4269 Hwy. 568, Ferriday; and Charles Ed Roberts, Eddie's Marine & Tackle, 450 Hwy. 84, Vidalia.
• Approved an alcoholic beverage license for Joseph Merrill, Hacksaw Enterprise LLC, dba JoJo's Drive Through.
• Okayed transfers of $45,000 from the Sales Tax Fund to the Solid Waste Fund, $2,000 from the Highway Maintenance Fund to the General Fund, $5,200 from the Drainage Maintenance Fund to the General Fund and $5,000 from the General Fund to the Criminal Court Fund.
• Agreed to write a letter to Recreation District No. 3 in Vidalia requesting that it meet on nights other than the second and fourth Monday of the month when the Police Jury meets. Juror Willie Dunbar said the request was first made in August of 2000.
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