MOUNT VERNON — An annual report from the Knox County Convention and Visitors Bureau was shared Monday morning when director Pat Crow met the Knox County Board of Commissioners.

“We had a good year. Our budget was pretty much on target. There was nothing remarkable,” said Crow in reviewing details of the 2013 budget. One unscheduled extra expense in 2013 was a 20-foot trailer purchased for $8,378. Crow said that equipment taken to festivals had been accumulating, and it was becoming necessary to have a trailer to haul equipment to different destinations. This was made even more difficult as storage space beneath the Woodward Opera House was disappearing with construction projects now underway. A small budget deficit at the end of the year virtually equaled the purchase of the trailer.

Total income for the CVB in 2013 totaled $149,647, while expenses for the year came to $157,972.

Also purchased in 2013 was a network server which Crow said should last for five years. “We are a cash business. We decided to take an entire deduction in one year,” said Crow, choosing not to have the encumbrance of depreciation carrying through for five years.

The rest of this article is available to Mount Vernon News subscribers. To continue reading, please log in or purchase an e-edition. Login to the e-edition. The article will only be available for thirty (30) days. Try the demo

Alan Reed: 740-397-5333 or and on Twitter, @mountvernonnews

Rules: Please keep your comments smart and civil. Don’t attack other commenters personally and keep your language decent. If a comment violates our comments standards, click the “X” in the upper right corner of the comment box to report abuse. To post comments, you must be a Facebook member.

Comments are closed.