The budget shall provide a complete financial plan for all Village funds and activities and shall be in such form as the Council and Finance Committee may require, but shall indicate proposed expenditures for both current operations and capital projects during the ensuing year, detailed by departments, offices, boards, commissions, and committees. In organizing the budget the Municipal Administrator shall utilize the most feasible combination of expenditure classification, by fund, organization unit, program, purpose or activity, and object. It shall begin with a clear general summary of its contents; shall show in detail all estimated income indicating the proposed property tax levy, and all proposed expenditures, including debt service for the ensuing fiscal year; and shall be so arranged as to show comparative figures for actual and estimated income and expenditures of the current fiscal year and actual income and expenditures of the preceding fiscal year. It shall indicate in separate sections:
   (a)    Proposed expenditures for current operations during the ensuing fiscal year, detailed by offices, departments, and agencies in terms of their respective work programs, and the method of financing such expenditures.
   (b)    Proposed capital expenditures during the ensuing fiscal year, detailed by offices, departments, and agencies when practicable, and the proposed method of financing each such capital expenditure.
   (c)    Anticipated net surplus or deficit for the ensuing fiscal year of each utility owned or operated by the Municipality and the proposed method of its disposition; subsidiary budgets for each such utility giving detailed income and expenditure information shall be attached as appendices to the budget.
   The total of proposed expenditures shall not exceed the total resources of the Municipality.  (Amended 11-2-93; 11-6-12)