Oak Park and River Forest High School’s budget will increase by $67,000 next year, according to the school’s recently-released preliminary budget.

The school’s expected to take in just over $61 million in property taxes, representing roughly 80 percent of its overall budget. Total revenues, according to the school, will decrease by about $3.7 million from the previous fiscal year, due to the one-year abatement that the school board passed in December 2012.

The school’s FY14 fund balance is projected at roughly $123 million.

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