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Thursday's DN: After 2014, AVI could bring in new revenue

It's no secret that the Actual Value Initiative will have a big impact on tax bills next year. But what happens after 2014?

Thursday's DN: After 2014, AVI could bring in new revenue

It's no secret that the Actual Value Initiative will have a big impact on tax bills next year. But what happens after 2014?

Council President Darrell Clarke is pushing legislation to get publicly owned, vacant and tax-delinquent properties back in the city's tax coffers.

Helen Ubinas says Philly mag's race story is really just "Being Whiny in Philly."

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