Tomorrow night, Lower Merion Township residents will get their last chance to tell the Board of Commissioners what their thoughts are on the 2012 proposed budget as well as the 2012-17 Capital Improvement Program plan before the board votes to adopt both on Dec. 21.

The Finance Committee will also discuss the "unexpected" $6.9 million garnered from outstanding tax obligations Township Manager Doug Cleland notified commissioners of last week.

During the last public hearing, residents questioned many of the capital improvement programs scheduled to be worked on within the next five years. Notably scheduled for 2012 are mostly continuing projects, such as finishing and beginning renovations on libraries as well as moving forward with the Ardmore Transit Center and City Avenue improvement project.

If you can't make it to the public hearing, be sure to leave any questions you may have in the comments, email us or tell us on Twitter.