Thursday, June 09, 2005

Random Pennsylvania Factoids

PA has 2,569 units of local government, 500 public school districts, and 67 counties. The only state to have more units of government is Illinois. Of those municipalities, 56 are considered cities, 964 as boroughs, and 1,548 as townships. There is also one town - Bloomsburg - the only one in the state, created so by special charter championed by state Senator Charles Buckalew in 1870.

1 comment:

Tulin said...

The Philadelphia City Planning Commission has factoids about Philadelphia that are equally as interesting. For example, there are 63 major neighborhoods in the city.

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