The Homewood-Flossmoor Park District board of commissioners adopted the 2018-19 budget at its meeting Tuesday, May 15. The district shows revenue at $13,251,638 marking an increase of $214,029 or 1.6 percent over the previous year. In the corporate fund, the district’s main operating fund, property tax revenues make up nearly 96 percent of total revenues, according to the park district’s budget statement. Other sources are user fees, program fees, bond proceeds and restaurant revenue from Wiley’s Grill.Expenditures are at $14,164,353, a decrease of $152 . . .
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