Our informative, graspable, entertaining, and vital distillation of Pasco County’s finances from the latest complete fiscal year is available nearby. Clerk Nikki Alvarez-Sowles invites you review the illustrated guide to the county’s fiscal health.
Among the high points:
The Clerk & Comptroller’s management of investments resulted in $33.6 million of investment-related income last year.
Outstanding debt increased by 11.2% from fiscal year 2018 as a result of the citizen-approved referendum related to General Obligation Bonds (approved on the November 6, 2018, ballot).
The County’s net worth grew with a total net position of $2.19 billion, an increase of $159.8 million (7.85%) from 2018.
The growth in new construction helped property tax revenues increase 8.2%, to $243.2 million, in fiscal year 2019, allowing Pasco County to address initiatives in its Strategic Plan.
There’s plenty more fascinating financial stuff where these came from. Give Common Cent$ a good and thorough browse; keep coming back for refreshers.