Just when Colleen Rhue thought she was out, Scranton is trying to pull her back in.
The downtown office worker recently moved to Moosic to escape the city’s 3.4 percent wage tax on residents.
“Now it looks like the money I saved from moving, they want to take from me,” Ms. Rhue said Tuesday, reacting to a possible 1 percent commuter tax included in the city’s latest recovery plan proposal.
While the tax will be decided through the courts, support for the levy seems strong among city residents, who pay for police and fire protection and infrastructure. Support drops off at the city limits.