Property taxes to remain unchanged in Cranberry
Cranberry residents will pay the same taxes in 2013 as this year, under a final budget adopted by commissioners Thursday night.
The $17.2 million budget keeps the property tax rate at 13 mills.
Township Manager Jerry Andree said the budget also keeps water, sewer and solid waste fees at their 2012 levels.
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