Chris discusses Michael Nutter’s apology for the WaWa Welcome America 4th of July concert. Chris also talks about Jon Stewart’s softball questions for Hillary Clinton. Roxy an Australian Cattle Dog is this weeks Piazza Pet of the Week.
As Community Rallies Around Victims And Their Families, Mayor Nutter Visits Firehouse That Responded To Gesner Street Blaze
Late Thursday afternoon, Mayor Michael Nutter and Deputy Mayor Everett Gillison visited the neighborhood firehouse near where four children died in a recent fire.
The mayor says Governor Corbett is using Philadelphia children as pawns to get other state issues approved, in order for the schools to get more funding.
City officials and the young companies they checked out agree that Philadelphia has emerged as a ‘start-up hub.’
Nutter twice, in 2011 and 2013, sided with the business community by vetoing measures that would have required local companies to offer workers paid sick leave.
Clinton took no questions from the press, arriving just before noon in the library’s government publications room to sign her book, titled “Hard Choices.”
The SRC won’t adopt a budget for next school year until it has secured adequate funding for Philadelphia schools on both the local and state level.
One lawmaker this past week lashed out at a state agency which has given its thumbs-up to Mayor Nutter’s plan to sell PGW.
Mayor Michael Nutter plans to officiate a string of same-sex weddings Friday.
The Philadelphia Orchestra will soon be packing its bags for a three-week tour of Asia.
Mayor Nutter joined a coalition of anti-gun groups today to help launch a new initiative to reduce gun violence.
Mayor Michael Nutter signed an executive order today that changes Philadelphia’s policy on immigration and customs enforcement detainers, known as ICE holds. Immigration advocates are calling the new policy is one of the most progressive in the country.
Mayor Nutter is taking issue with the Council President’s view of how officials will deal with his controversial plan to sell PGW.
A backlog of property tax appeals — and a plan to give raises to the board that hears appeals — has prompted angry words from Mayor Nutter.
The private discussion, over a wooden desk in the papal library, scheduled for a half hour stretched to 52 minutes.