The council will also move to appropriate $380,000 from capital surplus for improvement to township athletic fields.
The township budget raises tax rates but shows a drop in spending, a problem Mayor Jon Hornik said has to do with a lack of revenue.
The Board of Education budget shows a decrease of 2.5 cents for taxpayers since last year's budget. The public will vote on the budget next Tuesday, April 17, in addition to voting to fill 3 open Board of Education seats.
Tonight's Town Council meeting is at 7 p.m. in Town Hall. Citizen's Voice will be in the beginning of the meeting.