PhillyClout Archive: August, 2011

Residents to Council: Show us what's going on with redistricting

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The throngs of local leaders, activists and residents who flocked to Hunting Park tonight for a public hearing on how to redraw Philadelphia's... Read more

Perzel pleads guilty, issues apology in corruption case

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John Perzel, the Northeast Philly native who rose from maitre d' of a restaurant there to Speaker of the state House, pleaded guilty this afternoon... Read more

Wed -- Council still not finished with redistricting

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Former State Rep. John Perzel -- once one of the city's most powerful pols -- pleads guilty today to corrpution charges. His name lives on... Read more

Irene shut down City Controller's office Monday

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After Hurricane Irene blew through Philadelphia over the weekend, city government was open for business yesterday, with one exception - the... Read more

Tuesday's DN: A peek inside PECO's "Storm Room"

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While the region struggles to shrug off the damage from Hurricane Irene, the Daily News gets a peek inside the PECO "storm room" where efforts... Read more

Former state House Speaker John Perzel to take plea deal

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KYW Newsradio is reporting this morning that former state House speaker John Perzel will plead guilty tomorrow in Dauphin County Common Pleas... Read more

Nutter: No price tag for Irene yet

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Mayor Nutter says it will take several weeks to assess just how much the city spent to respond to the destructive rainfall of Hurricane Irene... Read more

Monday -- Was Irene overhyped?

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As we pick up the pieces from Hurricane Irene, Will Bunch asks if the storm was overhyped? And Jason Nark gives us a first-person account of... Read more