A group of City Council members huddled this morning after their weekly caucus meeting, just before the start of their weekly session, to have what appeared to be a debate about reforming the city's Board of Revision of Taxes. Council Majority Leader Marian Tasco and Majority Whip Darrell Clarke tried to shoo away reporters, claiming they didn't have a quorum of Council present so the discussion was not public.
PhillyClout did a quick head count and found nine Council members -- a quorum -- present in the caucus room. The debate quickly broke up.
What was all that about? PhillyClout has a notion that some Council members didn't get the word that their leaders decided after a long meeting yesterday to follow Mayor Nutter's pace on BRT reform. You can read about that in today's Daily News.