At the latest Park Board meeting, District staff presented the 2014 budget to the commissioners.
Under the proposed $46.4 million budget, the average homeowner will contribute $315 from their property taxes to the district, which is ten dollars higher than 2013.
Four of those ten dollars will go to the general operating fund and the other six will go toward special recreation.
The District’s overall consolidated budget will come in at a $10 million deficit, but that’s due, in part, to the main 2014 capitol project: construction of the Knoch Knolls Nature Center.
The proposed budget is available for the public to review at NapervilleParks.org and it will be up for a vote at the December 12th board meeting.
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