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Financial Structure
Financial Structure
Financial transactions of the City are budgeted and recorded in individual accounts.  Accounts are organized into different fund groups, and each fund is considered a seperate accounting entity.  Each has a balancing set of accounts and records, cash, and other financial resources.  The City uses an integrated computerized accounting system to record, monitor, and manage all accounting transactions.  Computerized revenue and expenditure reports are produced on a regular basis to inform the City Manager of the current status of each fund.

The City's Financial structure encompasses the operating budget, which covers all operating costs for the City and the capital budget, which pays for construction and maintenance of capital improvement projects.  Funds for these budgets are segregated to carry on specific activities or to attain certain objectives, according to special regulations, restrictions, or limits.