Are you ready to pay an additional $1,000 in state and local taxes alone? Prepared to see your child’s teacher laid off? Thanks to bad promises politicians made to good people, a pension crisis facing
Already, more than 200 classroom teachers in
What’s more, homeowners will get socked with the pension bomb too—for benefits that were promised by politicians but never paid for. School districts’ pension payments (which only cover half the required payments) will rise substantially over the next four years. For Chester-Upland families, that cost increase comes to approximately $626 per homeowner. Homeowners in other
In Philly, Penn Alexander parents scramble to join four-day-long kindergarten-registration line
At mid-term, Corbett faces economic and political headwinds
So this is it. After more than seven years, roughly 7,280 posts (give or take a couple), at least two one-act plays, and more bad jokes than even I care to recall, it's time to say goodbye.
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