The city of progress appears to have weathered financially, due to the tragic deadly tornado from six-months-ago.
Mayor Kenneth Boswell says the 2008 fiscal blueprint is a record setter.
Beginning October first, the city will have a 39-million dollar budget.
Despite the storm, the town is showing record-setting sales tax revenues.
Included will be more than three-million dollars in "rainy day" funds.
In other words, this amount is on hand to meet any unexpected expenses.
The Enterprise City Council unanimously approved next year's 39-million budget.
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