The Centre lost $42,152.61 in operations during November, according to the financial analysis presented to the Rolla City Council at its first January meeting.
The analysis shows The Centre's operating revenue in November was $72,775.95 while expenses amounted to $114,928.56.
That's a "recapture rate" of 63.32 percent.
It isn't too far off budget. The Centre had been expected to lose more than it did. Budgeted revenues totaled $86,055.50 and budgeted expenses were $132,364.40 for an operating loss of $46,308.90, or a recapture rate of 65.01 percent.
In November 2011, operating revenues were $99,151.41 and expenses were $104,001.58 for a loss of $4,850.17, a recapture rate of 95.34 percent.
For the fiscal year, which began Oct. 1, 2012, the revenues have been $147,755.45 and expenses have been $177,425.08, a loss of $29,669.63, which is a recapture rate of 83.28 percent.
For the previous fiscal year, the comparable revenues were $177,032.66 and the comparable expenses were $179,065.82, a loss of $2,033.16, and a recapture rate of 98.86.
The Centre is expected to generate $1,130,500 in operating revenues for the fiscal year and spend $41,403,320, an expected loss of $272,820, which is a recapture rate of 80.56 percent.
At the time of the report, the depreciation reserve and equipment replacement account had $2,925,767.04, and the recreation sales tax account balance was $330,997.48.