Youth Center continues budget talks

first_img Share By DINA ARÉVALOPort Isabel-South Padre [email protected] Laguna Madre Youth Center (LMYC) Board of Directors is continuing to make strides to become better organized, become financially solvent and increase staffing.To that end, the Board approved a financial and a governance policy. The Center also used funds from a grant to hire two staff members, and welcomed a new board member in Michael Reams.However, though the Board held a lengthy discussion about a proposed budget and other financial items during its meeting Monday evening, it chose to table those discussions.Executive Director Margie Jacobs presented a tentative 2018 budget of $294,573, which she said she based on expenditures and revenues from the previous year. “I’ve been kind of revising it as we go, but that’s kind of a general idea of what we need, of the expenditures that we have,” Jacobs said.There were two items of particular concern within the budget: the first, the LMYC’s outstanding debt to the City of Port Isabel, and the second, an outstanding balance for the LMYC’s participation in a pension fund.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here. RelatedYouth Center board discusses financesBy DINA ARÉVALO Port Isabel-South Padre Press [email protected] The Laguna Madre Youth Center (LMYC) Board of Directors discussed the Center’s finances, activity programs and elected a new board member during a public meeting Wednesday evening. The LMYC, which is still in the process of reorganizing its policies and procedures a year…March 23, 2018In “News”Transition Board talks budget, centreBy CRAIG ALANIZ Reporter/Photographer [email protected]  The City of South Padre Island Transition Board held a regular meeting Tuesday. The board reviewed the budget and year to date revenues and expenditures with the convention’s director to better understand the direction of the board and Convention Centre. A funding request from Race…February 21, 2013In “News”Youth center requests fundingBy MARTHA McCLAIN Special to the PRESS   With the recent dissolution of the Boys & Girls Club of Laguna Madre, the new Laguna Madre Youth Center has emerged, Laguna Vista officials heard Tuesday evening. A plea for funding support for the new organization was presented by Taylor Houston, who was…January 13, 2017In “News”last_img


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