Members probably won’t have a lot to say about it Monday night, but the Commerce City Council is expected to approve a $26 million budget for the 2014-15 fiscal year.
The council meets at 6 p.m. in the Commerce Room of the Commerce Civic Center.
Passage is all but a foregone conclusion. City manager Pete Pyrzenski, finance director James Wascher and various department heads went over the budget department by department at the council’s May “work session,” and the council got just one comment at a public hearing June 2.
The budget is balanced.
The FY 2014-15 document is up 3.7 percent over the current budget. However, the proposed budget is up 23 percent over projected actual spending for the current fiscal year, which ends June 30.
On the revenue side, the city projects income of $6.35 million from the General Fund, $4.23 million from water and sewer systems, $6.4 million from its electric department and almost $4 million from its gas funds.