The Upper St. Clair Parks and Recreation Committee decided not to recommend a rate increase for Community and Recreation Center members on Monday night.
"We can hold off for another year," said Matthew Serakowski, township manager.
Commissioners in December approved a budget that planned for a 2.5 percent rate increase, according to Commissioner Daniel Paoly. Serakowski told him the increase is not needed.
The board of commissioners are expected to take a final vote on no rate increases at their March 4 meeting.
More than 30 percent of the C&RC's membership is from non-Upper St. Clair residents, including Peters Township residents. The C&RC plans to market the facility to non-residents more in the next year.