At a Feb. 11 Wayzata Public Schools board meeting, board members reviewed and unanimously adopted the 2013-14 capital budget.
According to school board documents, when it comes to the operating capital fund, Wayzata Public Schools officials expect to see $1,381,853 in revenue come in next year.
Of those dollars, the board allocated roughly $1.3 million to various capital projects.
In comparison with capital dollars spent during the 2012-13 school year, about $55,000 more will be spent on facilities including building projects.
Where will money be saved? School board documents show that while about $21,886 was allocated for leasing costs related to the Zamboni, next year, the district won’t plan on that expenditure.
In the 2010-11 school year, almost $1 million more was allocated for on capital projects.