Heard in the Hall Archive: April, 2008

The Inimitable Tom Ferrick...

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Is now penning a column for the Committee of 70. His latest looks at the changing political landscape of Philadelphia's suburbs. Read more

No Pickets, All Peace

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Looks like the Ed Coryell and the Carpenters Union (obligatory disclaimer: they are investors in the company that owns the Inquirer) have chosen... Read more

Cleanup By The Numbers

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Mayor Nutter said this morning that Saturday's Philly Spring Cleanup exceeded all goals. A look at the numbers. Trash collected: 2.56 million... Read more

BPT Tax Cuts For Some, Not All?

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Here's an idea that just might tantalize City Council members: go ahead and cut the business privilege tax, but ONLY for smaller businesses... Read more

Doc supporters hit the pubs

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From Inquirer reporter Joseph A. Gambardello: This may not qualify as guerrilla campaigning, but state Senate candidate John J. Dougherty’s... Read more

Budget Play

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So, you think Mayor Nutter is blowing it by cutting taxes too fast? Not fast enough? You're sure City Council's spending priorities are out... Read more

Doc's ahead in new poll numbers

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From diligent Inquirer reporter Joseph A. Gambardello: John Dougherty’s campaign has released polling data showing the labor union honcho... Read more

For Nutter's staff, a day at the ball park

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Still a popular guy, it seemed unlikely that Mayor Nutter would be booed by baseball fans Monday when he tossed out the first pitch at the... Read more