PhillyClout Archive: July, 2011

Total city overtime costs dropped slightly since last year

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The money the City dished out in total overtime costs this year has dropped slightly, meanwhile those payments are up for eight city departments... Read more

Tuesday -- Pension reform discussed in Harrisburg

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Two state lawmakers looking to tighten pension laws after Daily News report. Teen pleads guilty to third-degree murder for killing South Philly... Read more

PICA has a fifth board member

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Just in time for tomorrow’s vote on whether to approve the city's five-year financial plan, the Pennsylvania Intergovernmental Cooperation... Read more

Monday -- Is Nutter interested in becoming a cabinet secretary?

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John Baer wonders if Nutter is interested in a cabinet secretary role in a second Obama administration? Why do some convicted felons get city... Read more

Monday Chat: Pensions for Perps

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On a mobile device? Join the chat HERE. Read more

Karen Brown will not be "Silenced by the system."

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Karen Brown, the Democratic City Committeewoman recruited by the Republican City Committee this year to run for mayor, took to Facebook last... Read more

Friday's DN: Scaringi asks "How about me" for Senate?

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Marc Scaringi, a former aide to former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum, wants a crack at U.S. Bob Casey in next year's general election. But the state's... Read more

City Controller says five-year plan is reasonable, but there are risks

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Here's the release from the City Controller: Butkovitz Issues Opinion on City’s Five Year Plan City Controller says City’s budget... Read more