Heard in the Hall Archive: March, 2011

Ballot positions are in

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City Councilman William K. Greenlee, considered potentially at-risk in this year's Democratic primary, went a long way toward keeping his job... Read more

Council at large drawings

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There are 10 Republicans for Council-at-large and 20 Democrats. Drawing first for the GOP spot: Mike Untermeyer. Frank Rizzo drew No 7. Democrats:... Read more

Here are the drawings

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Fifteen Democrats running for traffic court. Drawing position no. 1 is Christine Solomon. Mayor Nutter's name will appear below Milton Street's... Read more

Ballot drawings

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Room 676 in City Hall is packed as the ritual drawing for ballot position is about to get underway. Among those candidates here in person are... Read more

Controller: Streets employees overpaid by $120,000

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City Controller Alan Butkovitz issued an audit of the city's Streets Department Wednesday that found overpayment of $120,000 in overtime between... Read more

Big Beverage gives $10 million to CHOP

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In keeping with a controversial pledge to made last year to City Council as part of an effort to ward off Mayor Nutter's steep tax on sugar-sweetened... Read more

Lawsuit filed over Councilman Rizzo's DROP participation

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The city's DROP pension program continues to hit at candidates from all sides. This afternoon, Republican ward leader Matthew Wolfe said... Read more

Nutter, his ethics and the challah that isn't

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Rabbi Solomon Isaacson is a fixture in City Hall. After all, week in and week out for about two decades, he has made it his business to deliver... Read more