Heard in the Hall Archive: March, 2012

No favoritism for family members?

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Taking a page from Mayor Nutter, who established similar policies last year for city agencies he controls, City Commissioners Anthony... Read more

After failed run, Rubin lands new gig

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Running for office is always a risk if you are already a city employee, because you have to quit your job to do it. Democrat Bill Rubin, who... Read more

Gentle endorsement for Nutter homeless policy

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As endorsements go, this one wasn't exactly ringing. But an editorial from a newspaper written and produced by homeless people that cautiously... Read more

Inspector General reports saving millions for city

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It's report card day at City Hall. So far today, the administration has released 2011 reports for the Office of Inspector General and the... Read more

Live tweets from Mayor Nutter's budget public hearing

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Inquirer reporter Troy Graham live tweets from the public hearing on Mayor Nutter's proposed budget at 6 p.m. at St. John's AME Church on 71st... Read more

End to feeding homeless in city parks?

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Mayor Nutter on Wednesday announced plans to end the feeding of large numbers of hungry and homeless people in city parks, saying he wanted... Read more

Another shot for Milton Street

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T. Milton Street, a former hot dog vendor, mayoral candidate and prison inmate who first got elected to the state House in 1978, will appear... Read more

Council inserts itself into labor standoff

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Mayor Nutter’s budget address on Thursday was a raucous affair, with a gallery full of agitated city workers chanting, booing and shouting... Read more