BROOKINGS – Of the nine funds that make up Brookings School District’s 2013-2014 budget, two show a deficit and one a surplus, Business Manager Brian Lueders told the Brookings School Board on Monday.
The rest are expected to break even this coming year.
With about $17.76 million in expenses, the general fund is by far the largest. Lueders said general fund revenue comes local taxes (45 percent); the state (38 percent); the county (2 percent); local income from admission ticket sales, interest earned, sports marketing, anything local (6 percent); federal support (3 percent); and bank, franchise and state apportionment (2 percent).For the complete article see the 07-17-2013 issue.
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