The Governor has previewed one of his education proposals for the upcoming 2014-15 state budget. Governor Corbett intends to ask the Legislature to include $1 million in the budget for the Governor’s Expanding Excellence Program. The program would provide competitive funding to schools that have attained a 90 or higher on the School Performance Profile […]
The Chester County Planning Commission, in partnership with the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission, is hosting a transportation meeting on Wednesday, February 5, 2014 from 6-8:30pm. See details at: http://pa-chestercounty.civicplus.com/ArchiveCenter/ViewFile/Item/360 As input towards the development of the 2015 Transportation Improvement Program, the Chester County Planning Commission has updated this list of Transportation Priority Projects. http://pa-chestercounty.civicplus.com/DocumentCenter/View/2599 […]
The League of Women Voters Nominating Committee holds meetings in March to discuss vacancies on our board and committees. This is a reminder to start thinking about the League members that you know who may want to step up to leadership, serve on committees and fill the vacancies. We cannot do what we do without […]
SB411: Acid Mine Drainage, Merit Selection for Judges: HB 1848 and SB 298
Respect for the voter and for the state constitution has been restored!
The PA House of Representatives has passed and sent to the PA Senate HB 1234 and HB 1716, which reduce the size of the House and Senate respectivel
The candidates for governor in Pennsylvania discuss their positions on a range of important sustainability issues.
The report is fascinating and very readable. The results and suggestions are clear about where our country needs to be in order to have free and fair elections
Thirty five organizations representing members from throughout Pennsylvania filed a letter today opposing SB411 calling upon Senators to either table the bill or vote no on the measure.
An interesting new series that PCN is working on, the Pennsylvania Women’s Forum.