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Page 14.. Le,00als 00Government CITY OF KIMBALL, MINNESOTA STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2010 Thursday, August 18, 2011 Tri-County News Kimball, MN G General TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES) NET CHANGE IN FUND BALANCES Fund Balance - Beginning of Year FUND BALANCE - END OF YEAR REVENUES. Taxes $ 263,947 Special Assessments 573" Ucenses and Permits 36,793 Intergovernmental 153,823 Charges for Services 52,919 Fines and Forfeits 17,795 Interest 415 Miscellaneous 26,964 Total Revenues 553,229 EXPENDITURES CURRENT General Government 170,551 Public Safety 261,589 Streets and Highways 108,347 Culture and Recreation 19,901 Economic Development 12,772 CAPITAL OUTLAY 38,345 DEBT SERVICE Pdncipal 10,419 Interest and Fiscal Charges. 1,109 Total Expenditures 623,033 EXCESS OF REVENUES OVER (UNDER) EXPENDITURES (69,804) OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES) Transfers In 7,686 Transfers Out (2,,0Q2), ,J 5684 (64,120) 228,133 $ 164,013 GO Improvement Magnus Johnson GO Improvement Fire Bond 2005 Street Improvement Bond 2006 299 595 551 28,689 9 Other Total Governmental Govemmentat Funds Funds $ $ 9,550 $ $ 39,334 -. 10,883 35,80O 123,752 91,327 1,044 ... 37,160 253,283 20,732 29,284 75,694 41,375 973,597 6,838 55,000 65,287 6,838 120,287 22,446 (44,593) 85.033 (34,265) (34,265) 85,o33 (11,819) 40,440 11,819 I70,081 $ - $ 210 521 ,, , , - 87,440 100,7700 - 16,000 52, t 05 221,214 68,105 32,089 (47,373) - 28,500 - 28,500 32,069 (18,873) 187,259 91,582 $219,328 $ 72,709 ,. i HH, HH, r OPERATING REVENUES Ctarges for Services Connection Fees Total Operating Revenues OPERATING EXPENSES Salaries and Benefits Legal and Audit Depreciation Utilities Supplies and Maintenance Contracted Services Insurance Miscellaneous Total Operating Expenses OPERATING INCOME (LOSS) NONOPERATING REVENUES (EXPENSES) Taxes Rent Proceeds lntergovemmental Insurance Reimbursement Interest Income Bond Interest and Fiscal Charges "rotat Nonoperating Revenues (Expenses) CHANGE IN NET ASSETS BEFORE TRANSFERS Construction Contributions from Other Funds Transfers Out CHANGE IN NET ASSETS Net Assets - Beginning of Year NET ASSETS (DEFICIT) - END OF YEAR CITY OF KIMBALL, MINNESOTA STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENSES AND CHANGES IN NET ASSETS PROPRIETARY FUNDS YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2010 Sewer Water Refuse Fund Fund Fund Total $ 103,402. $ 120,992 $ 51,039 $ 275,433 2,250 6,980 9,230 105,660 127,982 51,039 284,681 35,460 35,580 2,025 106,651 78,681 12,486 12,691 2t ,661 6,527 1,125 4,177 3,149 3,069 3,862 1 ,t62 47,368 13 73 47,454 3,585 184,394 143,912 (78,734) (15,930) 30,316 5,451 10,395 - 997 t,861 61 i 7,020 1,462 ,, (21,598) 23,050 t2,468 997 4,582 4,582 (3,295) $ 1,287, 71,040 2,025 185,332 25,177 75,556 5,302 6,231 5,097 375,760 (9t ,079) 30,316 15,846 997 2,472 8,462 ,(21,598) 36,515 (58,564) 45,657 (80,954) (93,861) 4,140,752 ' $ 4,046,891 (57,684) (5,462) 21,766 23,891 (36,727) (44,227) (72,645) (25,798) 2,066,767 2,077,280 $1,994,122 $ 2,051,482 '1,, .H, ,, 35,039 $ 347,870 2,888 50,144 38,793 277,575 144,246 17,795 3,448 6,352 92,822 772 171,323 349,029 115,185 , 19,901 15,755 28,527 c6 - 172,119 o 81,419 118,5Ol = 18,527 1,086,004 24,848 (82,407) 2,002 123,22i (6,000} (42,267) (3,998) 80,964 .=. 20,850 (1,453) . 1471317 836,191 $ 168167 $ 834,738 = . i _ , .i H , H Household Hazardous Waste pickup %1 c b CD Stearns County's Household Hazardous Waste truck is doing its summer collections. The truck travels to cities around Stea- rns County collecting hazardous products homeowners no longer want or need. The truck will be in St. Nicholas at the church from 9-11 a.m. Tues- day, Aug. 23. This is a chance for residents to get rid of all those unsafe or nui- sance products lying around the house, such as paints, cleaners, poisons, roofing tar, fuels, auto- motive chemicals, sealers, garden chemicals, pool chemicals, fluo- rescent bulbs, adhesives, aerosols, solvents, mothballs and mercury. Products can be disposed of at no charge. It's a free service offered by Stearns County's Envi- ronmental Services Department. Items that cannot be accepted through the Household Haz- ardous Waste Program include: used motor oil (although a used oil recycling facility is perma- nently located in Cold Spring at the City Garage, 304 2nd Ave N.), antifreeze, explosives, furniture, household garbage, tires, medi- cal waste, appliances or any other unknown products. Also not accepted is business waste. These collections are designed to collect home, not business, products For those who cannot make this scheduled mobile collection time, the Tri-County Household Hazard- ous Waste Facility located at 601 N. 20th Ave. in St. Cloud accepts prod- ucts year-round. Go to the Stearns County web site at www.co.stearns. ran.us, for hours of operation and to see other mobile collection dates and times. Any questions can be answered by calling (320 ) 656-3613.