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    Chester Upland faces payroll crunch, Corbett has plans for private health agency

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    Check back later for a story from Peter Crimmins about a new art installation at Eastern State Penitentiary.

    First, Tom MacDonald will look into a report about the future of Philadelphia’s red-light cameras and Emma Jacobs will have the latest on the planned strike at Community College of Philadelphia.
    Carolyn Beeler will get the details on a plan from Pa. Gov. Tom Corbett to fold a private medical agency into a state department.

    Lizz Fiedler will catch up with the Chester Upland School District where the administration is in danger of failing to meet this week’s payroll. Where’s the state money?

    Over in Roxborough, students are getting creative with ideas for revamping Gorgas Park. Read our story about some of the ideas and the timeline for the park’s makeover.

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