The Winter Garden City Commission on Thursday, July 27, amended the Fiscal Year 2022-23 budget for mid-year adjustments.
The interim budget is used as part of the budget process to account for changes that have occurred since the original budget was passed, according to the city’s staff report.
The commission adopted an ordinance appropriating and allocating all revenue and funds of the city for the tax year beginning Oct. 1, 2022, and ending Sept.30, 2023.
The amended budget reads as follows: General Fund, $6,543,576; General Fund Police Impact Fee, $154,770; General Fund Transportation Impact Fee, $1,076,646; Utility Operating Fund, $2,362,939; Stormwater Fund, $100,000.
The total is $10,237,931.
The commission approved unanimously the second reading of the ordinance.
City Manager Jon C. Williams informed the commission of a new Florida law that will target school-zone speeders by allowing cities and counties to use speed cameras in school zones.
Williams said the city will deploy some of the newly purchased enforcement trailers to monitor specified zones and issue warning citations.