In case you missed it: this week's good reads about Pennsylvania cities
Keystone Crossroads publishes a weekly roundup of links related to Pennsylvania cities.
Happy Friday! Here's this week's roundup of recommended reading.
Capitol Recap is our weekly look at how state government affects cities. This week: Pa.'s billion-dollar pension problem. (Did you know Pennsylvania's two statewide retirement systems for teachers and state workers are the second-worst funded in the country?)
Pa lawmakers say property tax imbalances can be adjusted without changing the state constitution--for a price.
What does Gov. Tom Wolf's proposed budget mean for the average Pennsylvanian living in the Philadelphia area? Here are two scenarios.
We asked University of Scranton professor Meghan Ashlin Rich about her research on smallcity revitalization. She says big city solutions don't always work for small cities--but small cities have advantages, too.
When is a revitalization project too ambitious? We compare some projects to... 3-in-1 bath products.