Tuesday, September 3, 2013 at 12:22 pm (Updated: September 3, 2:49 pm)
Members of the Evergreen Park and Recreation District board grappled with a projected decrease in property tax revenue while discussing the first draft of the 2014 budget at the Aug. 27 meeting.
"We were anticipating flat, or up," said Scott Robson, EPRD executive director.
Instead, projections from the Jefferson County assessor's office indicate a $58,000 decrease in revenue in the coming year, he said.
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