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Zeoli Show Log 12.2.14

Rich explains why he is tired of talking about Ferguson. He talks to City Councilman David Oh about the stalled sale of PGW, Ryan Berk, who confronted a man impersonating a military veteran at the Oxford Valley Mall, and Karen Montgomery, whose son Shane went missing in Manayunk the night before Thanksgiving.

Talk Radio 1210 WPHT–12/02/2014

(Philadelphia revenue commissioner Clarena Tolson, left, and councilman David Oh, during a committee hearing about tax delinquency in the city.  Images from City of Phila. TV)

Council Balks at Oh’s Plan For More Aggressive Approach to Tax Collections

Councilman David Oh (right photo) wants any tax payment more than a year overdue to be automatically be turned over to a collection agency.

12/01/2014

(Phila. city councilman Ed Neilson, in file photo.  Image from City of Phila. TV)

Councilman Urges Wage Tax Relief For Military Vets Who Join Phila. Police or Fire Dept.

Neilson has introduced a bill that would give a wage tax refund to veterans who become Philadelphia police officers, firefighters, paramedics, or prison guards.

11/28/2014

(Philadelphia VA regional benefits office director Diana Rubens, left, and Philadelphia VA Medical Center director Daniel Hendee at a Philadelphia City Council hearing.  Image from City of Phila. TV)

Phila. City Council Explores Status of VA Health Care Reforms

The lawmakers heard promises of improvements from local officials, and tales of bureaucratic bungling from veterans.

09/15/2014

Mayor Nutter signs into law a measure that will make it easier for new mothers who return to work to pump breast milk. (Credit: Mike Dunn)

Nutter Signs Bill Making It Easier For Moms To Pump Breast Milk At Work

Mayor Nutter has signed a bill that requires all Philadelphia employers to give workers who are nursing mothers the space and time to pump milk while on the job.

09/04/2014

(Philadelphia city councilman James Kenney, in file photo.)

Nutter Weighing City Council’s Bill to Decriminalize Small Amounts of Pot

The bill’s sponsor, Councilman Jim Kenney, estimates that the new marijuana policy could save the police department and the courts $4 million a year.

06/19/2014

(Councilman Jim Kenney, left, and deputy mayor Alan Greenberger, right, during City Council hearing.  Image from City of Phila. TV)

City Council Presses Nutter Administration Over Cost of Foreign Trips

Councilman Jim Kenney was among those questioning deputy maoyr Alan Greenberger about the value of Mayor Nutter’s taxpayer-funded overseas trips.

04/02/2014

(Philadelphia City Council.  File photo by Steve Tawa)

City Council Overrides Nutter Veto, Hoping to Scuttle ‘Resign-To-Run’ Rule

The sponsor of the plan, Councilman-at-large David Oh, noted that state elected officials and those from other cities face no such provision, so eliminating it here levels the playing field for city officials.

02/20/2014

(Philadelphia city councilman David Oh.  File photo by Mike Dunn)

Councilman Introduces Bill That Would Cut City’s Wage Tax

A city councilman says Mayor Nutter needs to ramp up in a big way, by making cuts to the much-hated Philadelphia wage tax.

02/08/2014

(Philadelphia city councilman David Oh.  File photo by Mike Dunn)

Plan For ‘Resign To Run’ Referendum Question Gets Council OK

Councilman David Oh believes that since state lawmakers don’t have to resign to run for mayor, city elected officials shouldn’t have to, either.

12/14/2013

(Philadelphia city councilman David Oh.  File photo by Mike Dunn)

Phila. Council Committee Approves Resign-To-Run Charter Change Question

The sponsor of the plan, councilman-at-large David Oh, said the 60-year old “resign to run” provision of the city charter simply does not work.

11/22/2013

(credit: Mike DeNardo)

City Council Debates If Philadelphia Needs More Taxicabs

City Council is planning a hearing to decide if Philadelphia needs more taxicabs.

11/02/2013

(Philadelphia city councilman David Oh.  File photo by Mike Dunn)

Councilman Wants To Tweak City’s ‘Resign To Run’ Campaign Rule

Councilman David Oh is introducing a plan to scale back the “resign to run” rule in the Home Rule Charter. Currently, a city elected official must resign as soon as they announce for another office.

10/03/2013

(Kai-Ming Cheng, a professor of education at the University of Hong Kong, discusses education practices in some Asian countries with members of Philadelphia City Council via Skype.  Image from City of Phila. TV)

Local Lawmakers Look For Foreign Education Models That May Help Philadelphia’s Schools

The hearing featured experts speaking on the educational systems in Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Finland and elsewhere.

06/17/2013

(Mayor Michael Nutter.  File photo)

City Council Sides With Firefighters, Overrides Veto By Nutter

The lawmakers overrode a Nutter veto and ordered millions of dollars set aside to pay for the contract.

06/09/2013

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