PhillyClout Archive: June, 2008

Friday's Daily News: Safely Surfing The Subway

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SEPTA's Transit Police didn't walk off the job yesterday and now the agency is back at the negotiating table, talking about a new contract... Read more

Wi-Fi Wondering: Is A Deal With Local Investors In The Works?

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Wireless Philadelphia CEO Greg Goldman this afternoon confirmed reports that a group of local investors is talking with the city about assuming... Read more

City Council Passes "Lemon Law" For Used Cars

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City Councilman Darrell Clarke this morning won passage of legislation he wrote to close a loop-hole in the state's "Lemon Law" for... Read more

SEPTA Police Strike Worries City Council

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The looming 2 p.m. deadline for a strike by SEPTA's transit police force prompted City Councilmen Jack Kelly and Curtis Jones to weigh in during... Read more

Thursday's Daily News: Neglect, Labor Strife, Casinos and Politics.

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Kitty Caparella follows up on the residents of a nursing home company that was just fined by the feds. SEPTA's Transit Police force is threatening... Read more

Legislation To Save Boyd Interior On Hold Till Fall

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City Council's Rules Committee this afternoon endorsed legislation that would allow the Philadelphia Historical Commission to preserve not... Read more

Wednesday's Update: Politics, Transit, Heat & Guns

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John Baer looks back on the presidential primaries and considers a few ideas to improve the system. SEPTA's police force considers striking... Read more

City In New Talks About Wi-Fi

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Doug Oliver, Mayor Nutter's spokesman, this afternoon confirmed a report by the Associated Press that the city is engaged in new discussions... Read more