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Friday, October 1, 2010

PA Sends Some Money For DA/Still Nearly 2 Years Behind On Payment

County Receives DA Reimbursement For 2008; 2009-10 Still Overdue

dasealThe Potter County Commissioners this week received another partial payment from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in the amount of $33,686, covering a portion of the state’s long-overdue reimbursement of the Potter County District Attorney’s salary of 2008. The payment cleared the books for 2008. However, the state owes Potter County $104,550 for 2009, representing 65 percent of the DA salary of $160,850, and an equal amount for 2010.

Potter County has footed the bill for the entire DA salary, even though Act 57 of 2005 obligates the state to pay 65 percent. Sheri Phillips, director of management services for the Office of Attorney General, explained the reason for the chronic delays: “The Criminal Justice Enhancement Account does not currently have enough funds to reimburse the full amount . . . As the funds continue to accumulate in the account, we will begin to make partial payments for calendar year 2009.”


Anonymous said...

Do you suppose the Commonwealth make allowances for citizens who are delinquent on income or sales taxes?
Yes they do. It's called a penalty!!

Anonymous said...

Now if your behind on you gas or your electric, you pay an penalty. Does the state have to pay a penalty?

Anonymous said...

Be an employer in PA and file a late UC2 form (unemployment compensation fund tax), you will be billed a late fee of 50.00 right off the bat and THEN a % of the amount of the tax due that you are late in paying that is compounded until the full amount that was due is paid in full.

This PA tax is based on the amount of the employers GROSS payroll total for the qrt (3 months).

Potter County should do the same to Harrisburg, think of the money they would be collecting for our State Government being lax in their duty to pay this county!!!

But let us not forget Fast Eddie is walking around with spending money...but their bills are not paid, sounds like the "change" for we the people did not kick in yet!!!