Wilkinsburg Borrows $3 Million to Keep Afloat
Some school board members question if there's a plan to pay it back.
Wilkinsburg School Board voted on Tuesday night to borrow $3 million to keep the school district afloat for the remainder of the 2012-13 school year.
But the Post-Gazette reports that three school board members who voted against the loan said the money does not address the district's long-standing financial problems and they were left wondering if there is a plan to pay it back.
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