Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org Eden Township property owners are not facing a municipal real estate tax increase under the 2014 budget approved by township supervisors Dec. 30 . The real estate tax rate remains at 0.8 mills for township property owners a year after it was boosted by 0.1 mills. At the current rate, the owner of a property assessed at $100,000 pays $80 . The 2014 township budget puts total spending at $546,260 while projecting income of $548,730 . The township begins the year with $145,439 carried over from 2013. At $228,400 , highway maintenance/equipment is the largest single expense in the budget. The planned spending includes the cost of replacing some pipes along Eden Road as well as repaving work in several areas. In 2014, the township expects to pay $119,850 in wages and salaries, including $80,350 for highway maintenance salaries. Taxes, which include earned income as well as real estate taxes, are expected to provide $266,074 while the township anticipates getting $68,270 as its share of the state gasoline tax.
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