20090610-24Hours100px-ZlomekThe Limerick Post scanned available news feeds during recent days and found these stories of local interest.

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SEPTA Seeks To Raise Fares (WFMZ-TV, Allentown PA)
The transit agency that serves Philadelphia and its suburbs wants to raise fares.

State Will Not Withhold Tax Money (Pennsylvania Independent, Harrisburg PA)
Despite what has become a growing trend in other states across the country, Pennsylvania’s Department of Revenue does not plan on having to withhold income tax refunds to make up for financial shortfalls. Even if revenue continues to fall short of anticipated levels, the state will not delay taxpayer’s refunds, said Department of Revenue spokesperson Stephanie Weyant.

Pa. SERS fund finishes 2009 ahead of projections (Philadelphia Business Journal)
The Pennsylvania State Employees Retirement System said Wednesday that its fund finished 2009 with $24.4 billion in assets and ahead of projections.

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