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By THOMAS SCHMITT
Hollidaysburg Correspondent 

Hollidaysburg Borough Hears from Public on Police, Fire Comp. Concerns

 

December 29, 2022



The final budget for 2023 for the Hollidaysburg Borough was approved unanimously by council members with no tax increase in the upcoming year and a $6 surplus showing. The budget was available for 30 days for public inspection and no changes were made from the proposed budget put forward last month with revenues of $3,345,450 and expenses of $3.345,444. Borough Manager James Gehret announced the final real estate tax for 2023 will stay at 3.55 mills with no increase.

Gerald Harbison, planning/zoning/code enforcement officer for the borough, provided an update on the comprehensive plan, sta...



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