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Here’s York County’s line-by-line proposed budget for 2014.
Read the Pennsylvania State Charter School Appeals Board’s written decision in which it denied New Hope Academy’s appeal of the city school district board’s decision to revoke its charter.
Open records office: Dover school board member’s personal emails subject to review.
The new Pennsylvania state budget includes an increase in funding for the Office of Open Records,
Check out these stories about what West York did with bids for police service after it made its decision.
Pennsylvania state lawmakers send what are called co-sponsorship memos to each other, seeking support for legislation they plan to propose. Those memos are now available online.
A Hanover resident writes about Hanover’s budgeting process, saying that the borough manager wouldn’t tell council members how much administrative staff will get in raises for next year, and so council members — who have to approve the budget — are in the dark about numbers they should know.
Anyone who cares about open government and public records owes Ernest Schreiber a tip of the cap. He retired today. From the lancasteronline.com story: As a board member and president of the Pennsylvania Society of Newspaper Editors, he helped coordinate … Continue reading
Gov. Ed Rendell said today that “the public right to information overshadows other concerns” as he vetoed a bill under which the public would lose access to information from county coroners. If the bill were law, coroners would be required … Continue reading
The national conversation over teacher pay is no stranger to York County. In the past few months, several school districts have negotiated contracts with their teachers that call for increases in the pay scales. In a bad economy, some people … Continue reading