Each year, the Union Township Board of Supervisors is charged with the responsibility of enacting a balanced budget. The budget summarizes the revenues and expenditures the Township Administration expects to encounter during the course of a fiscal year. While the Administration and Board of Supervisors strive to ensure that the Township does not go over budget, there can be unforeseen circumstances that arise during the course of the year.
Beginning in August, the Township Manager and Board of Supervisors outline and prepare the next year’s budget. The budget is broken up by revenue, expenditures and fund reserve, which make up the total available monies for the year.
The Township’s main revenues come from real estate taxes, local enabling taxes, licenses and permits, fines, interest and rent, and state shared revenue.
Budget expenditures are broken up by department and include all expenses, including insurance, workers compensation and purchases.
Each year the Township is audited by independent certified public accountants. Previous audits are available for viewing as PDF documents below. The Department of Community and Economic Development requires annual audits be filed by April 1 of the following year.
Elected Board of Auditors
(6 Year Term)
The Pennsylvania Second Class Township Code requires that elections be held periodically to fill positions for three (3) elected auditors, whose primary function is to meet annually and determine the compensation for the current year's Township Supervisors employed by the Township. The Board of Supervisors use a Certified Public Accounting Firm to audit the annual Township's financials.
Gary Grahl - (term expires 12/31/23)
John Williams - (term expires 12/31/25)
Caroline Brown - (term expires 12/31/27
Certified Public Accounting Firm - Herbein + Company, Inc.