Scranton and its beleaguered financial situation have been under Act 47 oversight — otherwise known as distressed-city status — ever since Bill Clinton set up shop in the Oval Office. The city was prepared to check out of this particular “roach hotel” next month, but crashing tax revenues caused by the COVID-19 pandemic’s economic slowdown likely will push that date back a year or more. Factor in the city school district’s awful financial picture, and it seems that once again city taxpayers can’t get a break.