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Tuesday's DN: Council Looks To Help Museum With Security

City Council's Committee on Streets and Services will consider legislation today to help a new museum with security and another bill to drop a $500 annual fee for businesses that have their trash picked up by the city.

Tuesday's DN: Council Looks To Help Museum With Security

City Council's Committee on Streets and Services will consider legislation today to help a new museum with security and another bill to drop a $500 annual fee for businesses that have their trash picked up by the city.

The Pew Charitable Trusts releases a report suggesting that Philadelphia is not ready to stand up and be counted in the 2010 Census.

A construction lift topples in Rittenhouse Square, killing its operator and injuring three others.

And a video of school kids singing about President Obama in Burlington Township continues to stir protests.

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