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Monday, November 07, 2005
Talk About It ... 3 Hot Local Topics What's bugging you about soaring Shore real estate? My wife was right: She should have bought in West Wildwood in the late '90s. Since '98, prices there and in four other towns have tripled. Now who can afford to rent? Families have had to move out. School districts face enrollment and funding problems. The Shore's no longer a day at the beach, is it? Read major Inquirer report. Is PennDOT's 202 parkway plan "second-rate"? At three recent meetings, taxpayers expressed concerns about funding, too few lanes, too many intersections and roundabouts. More. Out of patience over Pennsbury teachers strike? The strike is at Day 11. (The state limit is 21 days.) Health care benefits are a key issue, just as they were in the SEPTA strike. More.