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Education Voters' Call to Action for Public Education
PLEASE NOTE: this event does not take place anywhere in particular; this site requires that we choose a location.
On Wednesday, May 23rd, Education Voters will be holding the next "Call to Action for Public Education" day! We're asking people to take 5 minutes to call their State Senator, State Representative and Governor Corbett and ask them to SUPPORT public schools and restore the drastic budget cuts!
As with previous Call to Action for Education days, we are asking for broad participation across the Commonwealth - these call in days are having a tremendous impact, people are mobilizing in response to the cuts and the calls are giving people a chance to speak up and be heard. Communities are using these call in days to help spread the word about what is happening to our schools, so please join us!
We have more information, including a call guide, on our website.
WHEN: Wednesday, May 23, 2012
WHAT: Call to Action for Public Education
HOW TO PARTICIPATE: Mark your calendar and plan to ask your own networks to take action!
|Where||Upper Southampton Municipal Authority 945 Street Rd, Southampton, PA 18966|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||8:00 am–8:00 pm|
|Who to bring||College Students, Moms, Dads, Singles, Everyone, Kids, Teens, Families, Seniors|
More About Upper Southampton Municipal Authority
Since 1980, the Upper Southampton Municipal Authority has been located in a small, square building, directly behind the township's municipal complex.
Upper Southampton Township, unlike many of the surrounding boroughs and townships, provides and maintains its own public water and sewer services. However, the municipal authority was created as an "independent enterprise fund," and, as such, operates separately and distinctly from the township.
The municipal authority sets and maintains its own budget, supported by the revenue generated from water and sewer services, and does not rely on any funds from the township's budget.