When the 65-year-old councilman leaves his seat at the end of the year, he will have served 40 years on Council — 26 as a staffer and 14 as a councilman himself. His departure puts a second at-large seat in play.
According to the consultants' report released Friday, almost all the money in question has been accounted for and the half-million remainder is expected to be resolved by the city Treasurer’s Office and a Reconciliation Task Force created to oversee the process.
In Philadelphia, Brady is known as the affable and long-standing Democratic City Committee chairman who runs to the rescue in labor disputes or any threat to the Mummers Parade. But in Washington, he didn’t seek the limelight or high-profile committee appointments.
In a defamation lawsuit, State Sen. John Sabatina Jr. compares State Rep. Kevin Boyle to Machiavelli and accuses him of “recklessly and knowingly perpetuating a false and malicious lie” and "endeavoring to undermine” Sabatina’s political career.