WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- The Waynesboro Borough Council is preparing to adopt a 2010 budget described as "very tight" by the borough manager.
No tax increases or rate increases for water or sewer service are planned, Borough Manager Lloyd Hamberger said.
"We cut a lot of major stuff out," he said, saying a new police cruiser was one of the items cut.
The budget, which is scheduled for adoption Dec. 16, includes $4.5 million in anticipated revenues for the general fund. That amount, coupled with money in savings and income from other funds, such as water and sewer, brings the total revenue amount to $10.7 million.
Borough officials estimate they will receive $1.1 million in revenue from real-estate taxes and $1.1 million from other taxes, such as earned income and per capita.