The Mid-Mo Ambulance Board of Directors approved a proposed budget for the 2011-12 fiscal year at the regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 14. The Mid-Mo fiscal year runs from Oct. 1 to Sept. 30.
The proposed budget was presented by Administrator Lee Kempf with funds available projected at $2,789,000 and expenses projected to be $2,545,000. Reserve funds are projected to be $244,000.
"We've had a good year," Kempf said.
He went on to explain that the district has attempted to keep costs and expenses down as much as possible. By working for the greatest cost-efficiency, Kempf said the district will end the current fiscal year on Sept. 30 in good shape.
The proposed budget for 2011-12 projects revenue increases by $110,000 in Base rate income, $97,000 in Mileage income, $2,000 in Supplies, $42,000 in Sales Tax, and $5,000 in Miscellaneous Income (standbys). The proposed budget projects revenue decreases in property tax income from both Moniteau and Morgan counties, as well as interest income.
For more of this story check out the Sept. 21 issue of the California Democrat.