Wolf Resubmits Chester Upland School District Recovery Plan

Burton, Paul
October 2015
Bond Buyer;10/6/2015, Vol. 1 Issue 34389, p1
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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has submitted a revised amended financial recovery plan for the teetering Chester Upland School District.


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