Charles Henry Noll, who lifted the Steelers from the depths of the National Football League and coached them to four-time Super Bowl champions by adhering to simple, long-held principles, died Friday in his home in Sewickley.
Noll, who had been under a doctor’s care for an undisclosed illness, was 82.
His wife, Marianne, found him unresponsive at 9:45 p.m. and called 911. Paramedics pronounced him dead 10 minutes later.
In recent years, Noll suffered from severe back pain that limited his mobility and forced him to walk with two canes.
Map of Pennsylvania highlighting York County (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
York County commissioners on Wednesday approved a 2014 budget with no tax increase.
The millage rate will remain 4.52, so a taxpayer with a home assessed at $150,000 will continue to pay $678 in county real estate taxes.
County administrator Chuck Noll said no significant changes were made to the final budget after the draft one was presented in November. He said it was the fourth time in five years that commissioners approved a budget without a tax increase.
The $476.7 million budget includes a general fund of $190.6 million.