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By the numbers: Fiscal year 2013 Oklahoma City budget

Published: May 9, 2012
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-$952 million: Total proposed Oklahoma City budget for fiscal year 2013

-$183 million: Police Department budget, the biggest of any city department.

-$5 million: Approximate value of assets forfeited by criminals funneled into police budget.

-$771,000: Cost to add 12 new patrol officers.

-$124 million: Fire Department budget

-$12 million: Cost for fighting fires in 2013.

-$69 million: Fire Department cost for paramedic services.

-$15 million: City's portion, roughly half, of the Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority (COTPA) budget.

-$255,000: Estimated increased COTPA fuel costs for 2013.

-$15,000: Maintenance cost for new parking meters downtown.

Source: City of Oklahoma City. All numbers rounded.


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