Heard in the Hall Archive: March, 2013

First Budget Hearing Centers On Union Contracts, AVI

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One thing was clear from Council’s first day of budget hearings Monday – many of the members believe the administration’s... Read more

The judicial sweepstakes

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Anne Marie Coyle, one of three dozen Democratic candidates for Common Pleas Court, is the big winner of this week’s judicial sweepstakes... Read more

Council hears more about Philly's delinquency problem

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The city of Philadelphia could do more to collect unpaid taxes. That simple concept emerged during an afternoon of City Council hearings Wednesday... Read more

Coalition Seeks Reassessment Data

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A coalition of 21 neighborhood groups is seeking a broad array of information on how the citywide reassessment was conducted. The group, under... Read more

Mayor Nutter faces five days in Florence

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Leaving his cabinet behind to deal with issues like municipal labor contracts, property tax assessments and his new city budget proposal, Mayor... Read more

Council Hearing On Tax Delinquency

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City Council earlier today held the first of two days worth of hearings on tax delinquency in Philadelphia, spending more than an hour asking... Read more

A Philadelphia lawmaker bids to save Traffic Court

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At least one Philadelphia lawmaker – state Rep. W. Curtis Thomas – is making a bid to save Philadelphia Traffic Court. Thomas... Read more

The view from the Council President

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Council President Darrell Clarke said he knew the union protests at Councl Thursday would be loud, but the reality was much worse than he had... Read more