I have little faith that the current SERS/PSERS pension dilemma will be resolved in a fashion that makes fiscal sense. It is all too obvious that at the end of the day it will once again fall upon the taxpayer to foot the bill to clean up this mess without having much ability to impact the level, cost, and type of benefits being offered to public service employees. To be placed in such a situation suggests to me to be something of a problem, let alone a crisis. At the very least we should be angry as a citizenry to be in this position.
Charles H. Woodcock,