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The Coalition for Sustainable Communities is a growing coalition of chambers of commerce, local government associations and other like-minded organizations that are committed to helping Pennsylvania's rural, suburban and urban communities address growing economic and financial challenges. We understand that thriving communities are essential for a prosperous state and a healthy business environment.

The Coalition is building on past successes and working with municipal officials and stakeholders to set new priorities for 2014 and beyond. We aim to provide municipalities with the tools necessary to address the challenges of the 21st century by reforming municipal pension laws and binding arbitration laws (Act 111).

We intend to partner with all willing stakeholders to address the long-term structural changes which are necessary to avoid statewide, municipal failure and fiscal calamity.

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Rep. Seth Grove Unveils Municipal Pension Reforms

Pennsylvania Economy League of Greater Pittsburgh Greater Johnstown Cambria County Chamber of Commerce Pennsylvania Business Council Williamsport/Lycoming Chamber of Commerce Harrisburg Regional Chamber & CREDC Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce Allegheny Valley Chamber of Commerce The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce Pennsylvania Economy League of Greater Philadelphia Pennsylvania League of Cities and Municipalities Pennsylvania Economy League, Inc., Central Division York County Chamber of Commerce Pennsylvania State Association of Township Commissioners Greater Wilkes-Barre Chamber of Commerce Greater Reading Chamber of Commerce and Industry Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce Monroeville Area Chamber Mon Valley Progress Council The Lancaster Chamber of Commerce and Industry PMA - Pennsylvania Manufacturers' Association

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