It's Our Money Archive: March, 2010

"Process" criticisms in local politics

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We'd be curious to hear what readers think of this post from Matthew Yglesias arguing against (or at least, encouraging skepticism toward)... Read more

Budget chat @ noon

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Head on over the Clout to chat about the city budget with Catherine Lucey at noon today. Here's some background reading: Catherine's story... Read more

Nutter administration going to bat for the sugary drink tax?

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Heard in the Hall has the details. Patrick Kerkstra says the administration looks ready to drop its trash fee proposal, but sees an opportunity... Read more

Help Desk: Water Torture

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City Howl is a Web site that allows citizens to post their raves or rants about city services. Every Wednesday, we publish highlights of our... Read more

Morning Money: Consternation about contracts

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The Daily News asks what’s becoming a typical refrain this budget season: What about those union contracts? A spill of contaminated... Read more

Cheat sheet: Board of Pension and Retirement

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Time and Location: Wednesday, March 31st @ 10:30 am, City Council chambers (4th floor of City Hall). There is no public testimony built into... Read more

Politicians busting political corruption

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Attorney General Tom Corbett is probably riding high. Earlier this month, he enjoyed the first conviction of a major target in his Bonusgate... Read more

Explaining the BRT ballot question

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Via Clout, the Committee of Seventy has a helpful Q&A on its website about the Board of Revision of Taxes ballot question. Here's the question... Read more