Cranberry will not raise taxes in 2014
Cranberry supervisors on Thursday approved a 2014 budget with no tax increase.
The $25 million spending plan includes more than $18 million in the township's general fund, and keeps property taxes steady at 13 mills.
Township officials said they will likely revisit in February whether another sewer rate increase is necessary as the township prepares for an expansion at its Brush Creek water treatment plant. It could cost $18 to $20 million.
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