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PA State Legislator Funding of Fayette County School Districts at 55% Yet Not Enough
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The state budget for public school districts and education, state police and public safety, always provide a public stage for state Representative Timothy Mahoney (Fayette D-51st seeking a filth term).  Taking office in 2006, Rep. Mahoney teamed up with Fay-Penn Economic Development Council early on to promote the new STEM Center FayPenn sought for Fayette County. 

The $30 million Center has yet to become a brick and mortar building (on land FayPenn owns), it's still on the watch-list these many years later, as are other such causes Rep. Mahoney takes up to have a platform of issues for his future planning. 

Rep. Mahoney has been caught contradicting himself in published news accounts and letters-to-the-editor, in sessions he has had with the Herald-Standard Newspaper Editorial Board, in meetings he has held, some of which are public, others which are not public, but are reported upon, forums he holds, during radio interviews, and at a most notable meeting of the Fayette County election board. 

Why so many contradictions?  The answer remains evermore a puzzle.

Even when he promotes more funding of Fayette County school districts in print in a news release posted on his state-funded website, and sends an email blast to those who remain on his email list, he neglects to notice 55% funding he complains is too little is greater than the 32% average funding for school districts in the state.

Go figure.

Future of Public Education Forum a big success

There is no more important issue in Fayette County than the future of public education. Our school districts get 55 percent of their funding from the state, compared to the 32 percent state average!

That’s why I want to thank the teachers, administrators, school board members and taxpayers who attended last night’s forum that I hosted at the State Theatre in downtown Uniontown.

As I told the crowd, public education is under attack in Pennsylvania – and I believe the assembled panel of experts provided great insight into the funding problems we are facing now, and will be facing down the road.

In this era of state budget cuts, we must keep working together to provide quality public education.

From: Rep. Tim Mahoney

Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2012 5:02 PM
Subject: Future of Public Education Forum a big success
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