Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Friday's DN: City Controller uses "The Office" for sensitivity training

Someone at the City Controller's Office is harassing another employee. But the problem has proved difficult to fix. Spending $7,700 on a private investigator and another $17,000 on sensitivity training didn't solve the case and may have created a backlash against the victim.

Friday's DN: City Controller uses "The Office" for sensitivity training

Someone at the City Controller's Office is harassing another employee.  But the problem has proved difficult to fix.  Spending $7,700 on a private investigator and another $17,000 on sensitivity training didn't solve the case and may have created a backlash against the victim.

City Council approves a controversial plan to seize 17 privately owned properties in Point Breeze, a move critics call a "land grab."

Mayor Nutter submits the names of nine nominees to serve on the board of the Philadelphia Housing Authority, as the city moves closer to taking control again of that troubled agency.

Former City Councilman Ed Schwartz passed away Thursday at the age of 69.

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