- Letter from James Worthington to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
- James Worthington - McKeesport, PA
Gentlemen: Please take the time to check out www.grandoldusa.com and see the light! If this fiasco continues, there will be no one left to pay real estate property taxes. There will be no residential property owners. They will have all moved to W...
- Stagnation Without Representation
- When people become disillusioned by oppressive and unresponsive government, and feel incapable of changing it, they vote
with their feet. Over the centuries, frustrated, restive citizenry in various parts of the world have relocated, seeking better
- If you could cut your household expenses by $15,000 over the next ten years, would you be interested?
- Consider this:
If you currently own a home in Allegheny County and moved to a county with lower
real estate taxes, or decided to purchase a home in another county instead of buying one
in Allegheny County (or other high tax counties), and if your t...
- 350 homes are abandoned in the City of Pittsburgh every year
- Each year in the City of Pittsburgh alone the blight grows by one additional abandoned home almost every day throughout every year. That statistic demonstrates the severe decline of the city. Abandoned homes are invitations to disaster. Vandals smash...
- Post-Gazette Favors Continuation of Failed Property Tax System From Which They Benefit
- In an editorial this past week, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette continued itís drumbeat of support for continuing the Property Tax system in Pennsylvania, and blasted as unrealistic the S.T.O.P. (Primary Residence Protection Plan). The P-G has repeatedly ...
- PIG IN A POKE
- Rep. John Maher, R-Upper St. Clair
Bravo! As the lone legislative voice who was willing to risk revealing the truth about Act 72 from the time of its inception last July, I am delighted by the increasing grassroots realization that Act 72 is NOT genuine property tax relief but, sadly...
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