Heard in the Hall Archive: June, 2008

2 Labor Unions To Make Statements Later Regarding Labor Pacts

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Today is D-Day for the city's municipal contracts, which expire at midnight. And while nobody is saying so, all indications continue to suggest... Read more

It's A Big, Dirty Job...

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Pigeon poop. For the city official in charge of city property, it's Joan Schlotterbeck's biggest challenge. And nightmare. Just the other... Read more

Con rumbo al futuro indeed...

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Just go take a look for yourself. Read more

City Hall: Not so safe?

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Wearing his ususal blazer and carrying a briefcase, Rick Redding was minding his own business last Friday as he walked briskly through the... Read more
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UPDATED: When Councilmen Attack...

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The tension's been building for months between Councilman Frank DiCicco and freshman Bill Green. Rolled eyes. Ill-concealed snickering. And... Read more

Parking next on managing director's plate

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As the city chugs along in building a 311 call system, City Managing Director Camille Cates Barnett is taking on a new project as well: Redistributing... Read more

Free Films in City Hall Courtyard

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From reporter Ashwin Verghese: Mayor Nutter this morning announced that the City Hall courtyard will be home to a new free summer film series... Read more

Partners have paid; Will they play?

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Mayor Nutter, the scourge of pay-to-play culture in City Hall, is poised to turn over operations of the city's sludge plant to a partnership... Read more