Parks Department presents annual report

Uncommitted funds go to future multipurpose building

The Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department presented its annual report Tuesday to staff, commission and Jefferson City Council members.

The report, given at the Oak Hills Golf Center, focused on the department’s highlights from the past year, as well as finances of the department.

Director Bill Lockwood said the department’s fund balance was able to grow in the past year, in part thanks to increased revenues from several programs and facilities. He said a substantial portion of the uncommitted funds would be obligated to the future multipurpose building.

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