UNION, NJ – The Union Township Committee adopted the 2017 municipal budget that will hike taxes by about $62 for the owner of an average home in Union.
A motion to open the public hearing for the township’s 2017 municipal budget was held at Tuesday night’s Township Committee meeting.
A budget workshop was held on May 1 in a public meeting. “The budget was introduced below the 2 percent levy cap in April and has not since changed,” said Mayor Suzette Cavadas.
No residents spoke during the public hearing.
The mayor motioned to adjourn the public hearing on the municipal budget. The 2017 municipal budget was then adopted by the Township Committee.