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This Site is Dedicated to Exposing Self-Serving Contollers

Suspicious Multi-Million Dollar Pricetag for Possibility Government Controlled Education Will Work
Suspicious Timely Resignation Fay-Penn Executive Director
Suspicious Pretense by Chairman Ambrosini of 58 Acre vs Less Fay-Penn Development Park Acquisition
Suspicious Identification of Each Member of Prison Working Group
Suspicious Purchase FayPenn Property for Hall of Justice and Rehabilition
Suspicious Flooding or Non-Flooding of Fayette County Courthouse Parking Lot
Suspicious Advertisement: Truth About the New Fayette County Prison
Suspicious Awards in Layabette County
Suspicious Employment Recommendation from State Legislator
Suspicious Minds: Citizens for a Better Fayette County
Suspicious Voucher: As Named Reference, Rep. Mahoney Vouches Hire of Youth Not Political
Suspicious Out-of House Costs to Jail Overflow of Inmates Elsewhere
Suspicious Site Selection Process $33 Million Tag of Hall of Justice and Rehabilitation
Suspicious Claim Studies Reveal New $33 Million Building Only Way to Turn Lives Around
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Suspicious Buy Local Program Grant to Fay-Penn
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Proposed Site Relocation for multi-purpose Fayette County Area Career and Technology Institute
Proposed New STEM Educational Facility to be Operated by Consortium
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PA State Legislator Funding of Fayette County School Districts at 55% Yet Not Enough
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to highlight the propaganda techniques utilized to convince area school district taxpayers that a new direction is needed in education of high school students not just to be all they can be, but to be exactly what a local business might be seeking within any number of years after students graduate from high-school

Fay-Penn Economic Development Council (Fayette County, PA) has proposed a new building be built on land that it owns for the purpose of housing a new educational complex adjacent to the Penn State Eberly Campus of Penn State University.

In recent articles and letters-to-the-editor of the, president of Fay-Penn, Mike Krajovic has stated the current vocational techinical facilites have a stigma attached to them.

We will delve into this situation here, but we have to suggest:

If Fay-Penn is so concerned about the education of our high-school students and post-secondary students - for GS - build your own private facility on your own private land.

To do anything but shows the direction Fay-Penn not only wants to head but keep on heading.

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