Board passes 2022-23 final budget

The Quakertown Community School Board passed the District's 2022-23 Budget on June 9th. The $124.5 million plan includes a 2 percent property tax increase, half the size of the maximum levy included in the Proposed Final Budget and permitted under Act 1 of 2006, the state’s property tax law.  

The increase, following two years without a property tax increase, means a homeowner with an average assessed value of $26,350 would pay an additional $89.

In a 6-3 vote, Todd Hippauf, Jon Kern, Mike Post, Diane Richino, Chuck Shermer, and Chris Spear voted in favor of the budget. Glenn Iosue, Ron Jackson, and Brian Reimers voted against it.

Click here to view the final budget. Click here to view the Board’s budget discussion at the 1:58-mark of the June 9th meeting.
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