The society currently has £65.14 in its current account and £2,440.16 in its deposit account.
This month it received £42.95 in rent from new plotholders.
PHGAS has let 10 of its plots to new members in the last month after successfully recovering unused and unwanted plots from other members.
Four plots have been let at Lower Penns after two unused plots were recovered and split in half.
Plots have also been let at Oakleigh St Michael and Derrell Road.
A number of other plots are subject to ongoing investigation and action in a bid to bring them back into use.
The Paignton Home Garden and Allotment Society is to contact Devon and Cornwall Police over ongoing anti-social behaviour at the Oakleigh St Michael site.
A house neighbouring the plot has repeatedly been throwing dog mess onto one of the plots - which has caused one member to quit the plot and several to refuse to take it over.
The council has already been contacted and suggested the matter be reported to the police.
The committee has decided to involve local officers in a bid to resolve the issue.
The committee was told that recent attempts to install barriers had not been successful, and that fencing was now being investigated.
It is understood the problem has been occurring for some time.
The Paignton Home Garden and Allotment Society is keen to ensure it maintains its affiliation with the National Allotment and Garden Council.
The society is to renew its membership at the start of 2012.
The society is to investigate having numbers made for all the plots on its three sites so that each plot can easily be identified.
Plots at Lower Penns are already numbered - although those divided into two areas are not identified as 'A' or 'B'.
Most of the plots at Oakleigh and Derrell Road do not have any identification.
The committee is to try to find someone to make signs for the plots to allow clear identification.
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