David Woglom chats with attendees at the annual Meyner Center Annual Forum on Local Government.

David Woglom

COVID-19 hasn’t been kind to finances for businesses around the world, and local municipalities are feeling the strain.

David Woglom, associate director of Lafayette College’s Meyner Center, which studies state and local governments, told WFMZ-TV Channel 69 that municipalities have learned through the pandemic to plan their finances carefully.

“I think municipalities now are in a holding pattern. We’re in winter… summer programs and things that go on in warmer weather aren’t happening yet,” said Woglom.

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