An online method of paying court fees using credit and debit cards is being called a success by court administrators who credit it with improving efficiency and contributing to higher collection levels.
According to the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts (AOPC), any traffic tickets, court-ordered fines, costs, and restitution issued anywhere in Pa. can now be paid using the online E-Pay system. The system was expanded from Common Pleas courts to all magisterial courts, phased in between April 2010 and December 2011.
JOHNSONBURG â€“ During the regular April meeting of the Johnsonburg School Board, Brock Benson, High School Principal, discussed a proposal to change the current block scheduling to a traditional schedule.
â€śCurrently the students have a block schedule and classes every other day,â€ť Benson said. â€śThe good thing is there isnâ€™t a lot of transition time and it works good for labs and physical education.â€ť
On the contrary, Benson adds block scheduling isnâ€™t as beneficial for core classes.