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By JUDITH OTT
Southern Cove Correspondent 

Woodbury Borough Real Estate Tax to Stay the Same

 

November 17, 2022



On Nov. 7, Woodbury Borough met in the community center at 7 p.m.

Expenditures were reviewed and showed the total balance in General, and State Aid is $184, 675. The council is in the middle of transferring all funds to Hometown Bank.

Woodbury Area Community Center forwarded minutes to the borough to review. This report stated that Jeff Hite is looking at running new wiring from the main panel to the food bank to safely operate a new freezer.

Mini splits are being considered for several areas in the WACC to help lower fuel costs.

The kitchen sink is still leaking. Steve Gates repaired blinds in the pavilions.

Legal fees for the Kaufman house were received.

The 2023 budget was tentatively passed but must be advertised. The budget is posted at the Community Center for review for 10-15 days.

The borough received an application for leftover county aid for $195.40. This was approved and signed and will be sent in to collect.

Real estate millage will be the same for 2023 at 1.5 mils.

Resolution 2022-05 Act 57 Real Estate Tax will be the same.

Home nursing requested inclusion in the 2023 budget. This was not given as there are many agencies coming into the borough.

Christmas lights may be put up on Main Street the week of Nov. 7.

The next meeting is Dec. 5 at 7 p.m. in the community center.

 

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