Perkiomen Taxes

The county’s website lists the tax millage rates for all 62 of the municipalities in the county for 2011.

The good news.

Perkiomen Township is among the lowest taxed. The millage rate is 0.62
Our neighbors in Upper Providence, Trappe, Worcester and Skippack are the only ones that area lower, and they are nearly 0.

The bad news.

Perkiomen Valley School District is near the top at 28.14. Higher than PV schools are Springfield, Lower Moreland, Norristown, Jenkintown, Pottsgrove, Pottstown & Cheltenham School Districts.

Overall, that puts us at number 24 out of 62 in taxes.

 
 

Primary 2011 – Results

No surprise results for Tuesday’s primary election.

All of the MontcoGOP endorsed candidates won easily.

Dick Kratz was unopposed for Perkiomen Twp Supervisor, and will be unopposed in November.

Brian Beal received (unofficially) 33 write-in votes to be on the Republican ballot for Auditor in the fall.

For the school board, the Republican candidates are: (incumbents in bold, GOP = underlined)
David Warren, Diane Landes, Ann Mantey, Sam Schweigert, and John Knudsen Jr.

The Democrat candidates are: (incumbents in bold, GOP = underlined)
Andrea Galambos, James Nelson, David Warren, Diane Landes and John Knudsen Jr.

Thanks for coming out in the rain!

 
 
 
 
 
Paid for by the Perkiomen Township Republican Committee