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Rendell visit to Kiski Area High School will focus on budget

Tribune-Review
| Tuesday, May 18, 2010 12:00 a.m

Gov. Ed Rendell will hold a news conference on the state budget at 12:30 p.m. May 28 at Kiski Area High School in Allegheny Township.

Rendell will visit a number of schools in Western Pennsylvania that day to “lay out some of the budget challenges the state faces” and talk about what he is doing to prepare the state to deal with financial challenges, Rendell press secretary Gary Tuma said. Tuma would not name the other schools where the governor will appear.

The conference will be held in either the large-group instruction room or auditorium of Kiski Area High School, 240 Hyde Park Road.

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