Saturday, July 4, 2015

Nutter and the Suburbans: Bring on the stimulus!

Mayor Nutter will join Commissioners from Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery Counties at the Convention Center Thursday, hoping to pose a united front for regional stimulus dollars.

Nutter and the Suburbans: Bring on the stimulus!

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Mayor Nutter will join Commissioners from Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery Counties at the Convention Center Thursday, hoping to pose a united front for regional stimulus dollars.

 "This meeting will focus on the economic recovery and developing regional strategies in order to leverage Federal stimulus dollars. The Metropolitan Caucus is designed to bring together local elected officials from the five counties in Southeastern Pennsylvania to focus on issues of common interest, " Montgomery Councy spokesman John Corcoran said in a press release. 

 

The meeting, 2:15 p.m. at Room 109AB of the Convention Center, is closed to the public, but the mahoffs will be taking questions after the show. 

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