Friday, June 3, 2011

Are you engaged?

Here are our top stories for tomorrow's print edition. Which four should go out front...and in what order?

UMASD slated to raise taxes: The Upper Merion Area School District has been hammered as a result of funding lost to property reassessments, and the district is going to have to raise local real estate taxes by 8%. Meanwhile, the district has to cut a check to GlaxoSmithKline for upwards of $2.5 million, because of a property reassessment settlement. The school board votes Monday on the property tax increase.

UhOh: Less than a day after putting one its two nuclear reactors
back on line following two unplanned shutdowns, the other nuclear
reactor at Exelon’s Limerick Generation station shut down unexpectedly
Friday morning, according to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

1stGrads: PJP II graduates its first class

Come on in, the water’s fine: UM supervisors approve lease agreement with Upper Merion Swim & Tennis Club – slated to open Saturday.

Politically Direct with Moon Ahn

Brochure use of logo OK: West Norriton solicitor says its ‘legal’

Held from Thursday: Lower Providence supervisors authorize grant application for streetscape study of Ridge Pike.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Mr. Huskey, Why do you continually have the twoent column? People complain about the same thing over and over with no change. Spots page, poem page, etc etc.

And this Janet formerly from Eagleville, ex teacher who wants to send the kids tothe gallows, what's her problem?

She has to be related to someone at the T.H. she's in there every day. She should just sit back in her easy chair at the retirement community and take it easy.

To be truthhful she did not form the historical society either, let her be happy in her young age.