Study: Possible $500,000 deficit clouds city’s future

Michael Weir, Ph.D., far right, answers a question during Tuesday’s City Council meeting. Weir presented an overview of the independent study he prepared on the city of Corry. Journal photo by Stephen Sears

The city of Corry could face an uncertain financial future if steps aren’t taken to counteract rising expenses and decreasing revenue.

Michael Weir, Ph.D., a Pittsburgh consultant who was hired to conduct an independent financial management study of the city and to make recommendations on how to improve city operations, told Corry City Council Tuesday that, by doing nothing, a crushing deficit could build up over the next five years.

See the Journal’s Wednesday, September 7th edition for full story.

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