By , Managing Editor
Mount Vernon News

BUTLER TOWNSHIP — The loss of local government funding from the state, as well as estate taxes have really put a crimp in the revenue for Butler Township. The township is running rather lean, according to Debbie Rine Grosscup, fiscal officer.

“Estate tax money, historically, that’s how the township bought equipment. It was over $300,000 one year in estate tax,” she said.

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