North Union ten­ta­tive bud­get holds line on taxes

The Republican Herald - - LOCAL - By KeLLy MoNITz

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.

Con­tact the writer: [email protected] stan­dard­speaker. com; 570- 501- 3589

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