The Radnor Township administration is proposing a 1.4 percent tax increase for 2013, representing an increase of 0.0533 mills or about $16 for the average taxpayer.
The board did not take any action on the $37,194,463 spending plan, as a series of public budget discussions are planned to first take place, reports Main Line Media News.
The administration also announced a proposal to charge residents a $36 annual fee for trash removal (to recover the costs of Delaware County increasing its tipping fee by 40 percent), according to the newspaper. The preliminary budget also includes a fee increase for repeat false alarms in which the police responds.
Watch the Monday Board of Commissioners meeting in full in the video section of this article. Read the manager's recommended budget in full in the pdf section of this article.