Bryan Municipal Utilities’ budget for the coming year will show an increase over 2014. Part of the reason for the increase is the number of large projects planned for 2015.
The 2015 budget is now projected to be $29,997,000. That’s an increase of about $866,000 over the 2014 budget of just over $29,100,000.
According to the Bryan Times, the electric department costs the city the most to run, and also generates the most revenue. That department shows a projected 2015 budget of about $24.7 million, up slightly from $24.0 million this year.