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Taxes to rise 11% in Chalfont next year

Chalfont Borough residents can expect roughly an 11% increase in property taxes this upcoming year, as the council’s 2024 budget allocates funds to hire two new police officers, as well as an …

Souderton hikes real estate taxes 37%

Souderton Borough Council has approved a $5.7-million 2024 budget and tax ordinance that includes a 2.5-mill increase in real estate taxes. The municipality’s millage will increase from 6.65 mills to 9.15 mills.

With revenues projected to be up over 5% and expenses up less than 2%, Buckingham Township is proposing a 2024 spending plan that holds the line on taxes. The motion to approve advertising of the …

Doylestown Borough taxpayers should prepare to dig a little deeper into their pockets next year, as the borough’s nearly $15 million preliminary budget calls for a tax increase.

Acting to counter a fire and rescue service deficit for its 2024 proposed budget and beyond, Richland Township is advertising a 2.25-mill increase in its dedicated “fire tax,” with the new total …

Durham plans 2-mill tax increase

Taxes have been steady in Durham Township for seven years but it seems the honeymoon has ended. The township supervisors have announced a 2-mill increase for 2024.

The Wrightstown Board of Supervisors plans to reduce the local earned income tax (EIT) in 2024, but raise the township property tax rate to help cover expenses.

Solebury Township’s draft of its 2024 budget calls for no increase in the municipal tax levy. If passed, it would be the third year in a row for local taxes to remain stable.“There are no big …

The Neshaminy School Board approved a final 2023-24 budget June 27 that holds the line on property taxes.The board voted 8-0 to approve the $202.9 million budget that leaves total millage at 171.23, …

The Council Rock School Board approved a final 2023-24 budget with a 2 percent property tax hike at its June 22 meeting while also taking steps to start the search to replace Human Resources Director …

For the third consecutive year, the Central Bucks School District is raising taxes. In a unanimous vote, the school board recently approved a 2.75 percent millage rate hike, meaning those with an …

Many seniors have been losing their homes because of failure to pay school and real estate taxes on the property. Here are my thoughts on the subject: When a senior starts his Social Security pension …

A $203 million proposed final budget in the Neshaminy School District for 2023-24 holds the line on property taxes. The school board voted 7-0 at its May 23 meeting to approve the document for …

In last week’s article about the New Hope-Solebury School District raising taxes 2 percent (New Hope-Solebury eyes final budget with 2% tax increase, June 1), Board President Judy Finn is quoted as …

The May 18 New Hope-Solebury School Board meeting was eventful as honors and mentions were made for prizes won and records broken but the main event was the presentation of the proposed final budget …

While accepting the facts and demonstrating a willingness to implement the recommendations of an audit by the office of Pennsylvania Auditor General Timothy DeFoor, officials from the Neshaminy …

I read the (Jan. 5 opinion piece in the Herald concerning taxes and spending in New Hope-Solebury schools and was alarmed. I consulted my own tax records, reviewed board meeting minutes and …

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