Taxes were held to 4.00 mills in Aston Township. All parties involved worked hard again this year to pass a budget that did not include a rise in taxes. Aston Township is committed to providing value to its residents. Despite rising costs and the tough economy, Aston Township Board of Commissioners voted this past December to approve a resolution to hold taxes at 4.00 mills. They gave a special thanks to Township Manager / Secretary Richard D. Lehr and Township Business Manager, Maureen Schmidt, as well as others for their hard work on balancing the budget to prevent an increase.
Neighbors Helping Neighbors The Aston Township Community Center on Concord Road is now being utilized as a food pantry collection depot that will help feed dozens of local families and children. The Neighbors Helping Neighbors network has already recruited Giant, the Aston Police Department, the Penn-Delco School District, and other Aston organizations that want to help. […]