Yoe has been able to hold the line on its taxes next year.
The proposed 2012 budget does not call for a tax increase. The current rate is 3.455 mills. The fire protection tax - 0.103 mills - is also the same.
"A little here and a little there, we're finding ways to cut back," said Sandy Sterner, Yoe secretary/treasurer. "We're pretty pleased we can hold everything in line."
Sterner projects $440,300 in revenue and $443,374 in expenses next year.