North Union tentative budget holds line on taxes
The North Union Township supervisors tentatively adopted a spending plan for 2019 on Monday that holds the line on taxes.
The $ 629,976 budget keeps the tax rate at 4.8 mills and is available for inspection at the township building by appointment.
The budget starts off with $ 200,985 in assets and has revenues as follows: taxes, $ 325,491; licenses and permits, $ 1,800; fines and forfeits, $ 1,000; interest, $ 700; intergovernmental revenue, $ 98,000; and miscellaneous, $ 2,000.
Expenditures include: general government, $ 50,500; public safety, $ 45,000; highway, roads and streets, $ 190,000; culture and recreation, $ 9,000; debt services, $ 36,000; payroll taxes, $ 64,800, and insurances, $ 45,200. The supervisors expect to carry over $ 189,476 in assets.
The budget will be formally adopted at a special meeting at 6: 30 p. m. Dec. 27 at the township building.
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