While presenting a final draft of the 2013 budget to board members at the Nov. 27 meeting, Evergreen Park and Recreation District Executive Director Scott Robson pointed to new revenue streams that would offset losses in property-tax income.
The 2 percent anticipated drop in property-tax revenue will result in a $29,000 decrease for the district, Robson noted.
However, increases in children’s programs, Lake House rentals, and lower utility costs are projected to raise overall net income for the district by 7 percent over 2012.
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