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Village Ends FY $57,289 Ahead Of Expenses

By Charles Feldman, Reporter

The village of Maryville ended Fiscal Year 2018-19 $57,289.98 ahead, according to a report presented by the village treasurer to the board at its Wednesday, June 19 meeting.

The fiscal year runs from May 1 through April 30 of the following year.

According to the year-end review, actual income from all funds was $7,543,531.07 and actual expenses were $7,486, 241.09. Total expenses finished under what was budgeted by $606,706. Revenues were just 1.5 percent short of the amount on the budget. In the final figures, the village was $57,289.98 ahead, with the General Fund also ahead by $26,395.60 and the WSOM funds by $30,894.60, according to the report. Total cash and investment account balances increased by $276,717 over balances at April 30, 2018, the report said.

“I think that we have done extremely well considering some of the large expenses that we had over this past year that were not specifically budgeted for,” said Mayor Craig Short, “and we were still able to juggle some numbers around and prioritize them very well.”

At the meeting, the board approved some water service and pre-annexation agreements for property at 5606 Woodland Drive in Collinsville and 5721 Illinois Route 162 in Glen
Carbon. It also amended the legal description and parcel number for the annexation ordinance for a parcel of land at 6443 Illinois Route 162 and annexed a piece of land next to it.

The board awarded bids under the 2019 Motor Fuel Tax general road maintenance program.

Bituminous materials liquid asphalt will be provided by the JTC Petroleum Company at a cost of $390.05 per ton. And Class “S1” concrete and load charge will go to Concrete Supply of Illinois at a cost of $89 per concrete cubic yard at a cost of $75 per load.

The board also declared a 2002 Dodge Ram pickup truck and a 2001 Gorman-Rupp 6-inch bypass pump owned by the village as surplus property to be sold online on PurpleWave auction.

Republic Services announced that during the month of May curbside pickup of trash was 240.19 tons; of  recyclables, 58.37 tons; and of yard waste, 27.89 tons.

The next village board meeting will be held on Wednesday, July 3 at 6:30 p.m. at Village Hall. The public is welcome to attend.

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