Fiscal Year 2013 Annual Budget - Special Revenue Funds

City of Carbondale
Financial Overview - Special Revenue Funds

The Center for Medical Arts, formerly Carbondale Clinic, is a multi-disciplinary health care facility serving the residents of southern Illinois. Primary care services include family medicine, internal medicine and pediatrics. The Center also provides access to specialty care services such as general surgery, gastroenterology and infectious disease. 

The clinic was founded in 1939 by physicians J. W. Barrow, Leo Brown, Jack Taylor and John Lewis; its first home was at 308 South Illinois Ave., in downtown Carbondale. In 1950, the clinic moved to 404 West Main Street, in space rented from what then was known as Doctors Hospital and now is Memorial Hospital of Carbondale, also part of the SIH (Southern Illinois Healthcare) medical facilities. Additions to the clinic were built in 1952 and 1958 at the West Main Street property. In July of 1967, the clinic moved into a two-story building constructed on 10 acres on the city's west side, on West Main Street. At the time of that move, there were 19 doctors with offices in the clinic. Additional space and services were added over the years. A recent re-model has been completed.

 

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS

Special Revenue Funds are used to account for the proceeds of specific revenue sources (other than debt service, expendable trusts, or community investment program funds) that are legally restricted to expenditures for specified purposes.

The Motor Fuel Tax Fund accounts for motor fuel tax allocations from the State of Illinois for street maintenance, major street construction and traffic signal community investment programs as approved by the Illinois Department of Transportation.

Tax Increment Fund accounts for financial transactions related to the City’s Tax Increment Finance Redevelopment Project Area No. 1. Eligible costs include reimbursements to private developers as approved by the City council through redevelopment agreements and public improvements within the project area. Property tax revenues along with General Fund contributions are the major sources of revenue for this fund.

The Child Care Services Fund due to the financial demands that the Child Care Center required of the General Fund in conjunction with the economic downturn, the City Council discontinued the Child Care Services during Fiscal Year 2010. 

MOTOR FUEL TAX FUND
Summary Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance
Statement of Revenues and Other Financing Sources
Statement of Expenditures and Other Financing Uses
Division Expenditure Budgets:
Public Works Department
41013 - MFT Operating and Maintenance

TAX INCREMENT FUND
General Government Department

Summary Statement of Revenues Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance
Statement of Revenues and Other Financing Sources
Division Expenditure Budgets:
41401 - Tax Increment Fund


CHILD CARE SEVICES FUND
Community Services Department

Summary Statement of Revenues Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance
Statement of Revenues and Other Financing Sources
Division Expenditure Budgets:
Administrative Services Department
41072 - Eurma C. Hayes Child Care Center

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