Police protection costs continue to rise in Franklin Township, and supervisors are trying to figure out what to do about it.
Supervisors budgeted $727,584 for police protection for 2014.
However, chairman Rod Green said that costs for police protection is more than 25 percent of the budget.
"Costs for police have doubled since I became a supervisor," Green said. He has been a supervisor since 2000.
In 2014, the township anticipated $4.2 million in revenues, with $1.18 million expected from taxes.