The city of Hudson Oaks revealed its proposed fiscal year 2020 budget at it’s most recent city council meeting.

The proposed general fund revenues are $2,885,500 from taxes; $230,000 from licenses and permits; $23,111 from intergovernmental revenue; $3,000 from service charges; $34,200 from court fines and fees; $15,000 from interest revenue; $115,000 from miscellaneous revenue; and $21,750 from lease revenue for a total of $3,327,561 in revenue for the city.

The proposed general fund expenditures are $714,169 for administration; $7,500 for city council and mayor; $61,052 for municipal court; $76,711 for parks and recreation; $92,500 for planning and development; $1,359,604 for public safety; and $977,721 for public works for a total of $3,283,257 in expenses for the city.

The proposed water fund revenues are $1,428,000 from service charges and $10,000 from transfers for a total of $1,438,000 in revenues.

The proposed water fund expenditures are $437,853 for personal services; $57,615 for professional services; $53,000 for supplies; $450,300 for operations; $57,200 for maintenance; and $257,400 for debt service for a total of $1,313,368 in expenses for the water fund.

The proposed wastewater fund revenue and total is $360,000 from services charges.

The proposed wastewater fund expenditures are $152,000 for operations; $3,000 for maintenance; and $184,000 for debt service for a total of $339,000 in expenses.

The proposed stormwater fund revenue and total is $165,000 from service charges.

The proposed stormwater fund expenditures are $60,000 for maintenance; $50,000 for capital outlays; and $40,000 for debt service for a total of $160,000 in expenditures.

The proposed dyegard fund revenue and total is $252,000 from service charges.

The proposed dyegard fund expenditures are $6,900 for professional services; $4,000 for supplies; $6,500 for operations; $13,000 for maintenance; and $190,000 for debt service for a total of $220,400 in expenditures.

The proposed Deercreek fund revenue and total is $240,000 from service charges.

The proposed Deercreek fund expenditures are $120,220 for personal services; $40,000 for professional services; $4,000 for supplies; $3,000 for operations; and $7,500 for maintenance for a total of $174,720 in expenses.

The proposed special events fund revenue and total is $180,000 from miscellaneous revenue.

The proposed special events fund expenditures and total is $136,500 for administration.

The proposed general debt service fund revenues are $500 from interest revenue and $673,275 from transfers for a total of $673,775 in revenues.

The proposed general debt service fund expenditure and total is $673,275 for non-departmental.