So you want to tax Gannon? Make those tuition rates higher to cover the cost of the taxes? Put those students even further into debt?<quoted text>
A. these are government facilities
b. Higher education at quite a high price. At the rate Gannon is expanding, gobbling up real estate with no tax tag on it, I'd say they're not hurting a bit. Those students aren't going to stick around Erie and ply their trade. They need a job that pays enough so they can start paying off their thousands and thousands of student loan debt.
Just because something is considered legal ,doesn't make it OK.
Are you planning to pay your kids tuition at Gannon?