WYONG Council has delivered its best ever financial results with a surplus of $10.6 million for the 2014-15 financial year, smashing the original surplus forecast of $600,000.
Mayor Doug Eaton said it’s “a massive turn-around” from the $30 million deficit recorded in 2009-10.
Council posted the record surplus while still investing in essential services with $86.3 million spent on capital works.
A further $105 million of works are planned for this year.
“We are really leaving other councils in our wake – they would love to have these budget figures to play with,” Cr Eaton said.
“We have driven a $40.6 million turnaround in our operating budget since 2010. We are in the strongest position we have ever been in to deliver the infrastructure and services that will create jobs and opportunities for our community.”
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