College towns hit schools for budget help

In a move that should sound familiar to Evanstonians, officials in State College, Pa., are seeking more financial help from Penn State University to pay for municipal services.Penn State already pays nearly $775,000 a year in impact fees to communities that surround the campus under an agreement that was negotiated over a decade ago.The Daily Collegian at Penn State surveyed the town-gown fee situation at several Big 10 schools.