The Cranberry Township supervisors have approved a township budget for 2014 which includes no real estate tax increase.
Thursday’s vote on the spending plan was unanimous.
The projected expenditures for the township for next year show a fairly even split between the general fund budget and the water and sewer budget.
Supervisors say they were able to hold the line on property tax millage after last year’s one mill increase. That tax hike was the first of its kind in Cranberry Township in nine years.