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PICA meets today to decide whether the city's financial plan passes muster

PICA, the state board charged with approving Philadelphia's five-year financial plan, will meet later this morning to debate and vote on the plan. - Here's our movie trailer explaining what PICA might be concerned about. - Dave Davies offers a few thoughts on the meeting. - And Catherine Lucey reports that the PICA board has been filled out just in time for the meeting.

PICA meets today to decide whether the city's financial plan passes muster

PICA chair Sam Katz.
PICA chair Sam Katz.

PICA, the state board charged with approving Philadelphia's five-year financial plan, will meet later this morning to debate and vote on the plan.

We'll be tweeting occasionally from the meeting at @ourmoneyphilly if you'd like to follow along.

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