State College 2022 budget has no tax increase, funds new boards

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CENTRE COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ) — The proposed 2022 budget plan for State College is almost complete, but before signing off, the borough is asking for community input.

A public hearing will be held on Monday, December 13, at 7 p.m. in the Borough Building (243 S Allen Street) and over Zoom.

The budget includes no tax rate increases and has expenditures of $65,925,816 and revenues of $55,412,477 with $10,513,339 funded from reserves.

A few new highlights include $125,000 to fund the activities of a Police Civilian Oversight Board and $544,603 for the creation of the Department of Equity and Inclusion.

A full breakdown of the 2022 budget can be found here.

The final budget will be adopted on December 20.

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