Milford Township supervisors voted 2-0 to approve a roughly $3.65 million spending plan for 2019 at a regular business meeting Dec. 4 that calls for no tax increase.
Board of Supervisors Chairman Bob Mansfield did not attend the meeting.
The tax rate in Milford Township remains at 2 mills; with 0.25 of one percent set aside for open space preservation and an Earned Income Tax (EIT) of one half of 1 percent collected, officials said.
Of the 2-mill tax rate, 1.25 is collected as a fire tax to support fire emergency services in the township.
A mill is worth $1 for every $1,000 of a property’s assessed value.
Milford Township Volunteer Fire Company No. 1 is supported by donations, the fire tax and the annual June carnival, held on the municipal building property at 2100 Krammes Road.