Pew Charitable Trusts
The Pew analysis of the new assessments finds that the percentage of property taxes borne by individual homeowners compared to other owners will go from about 54 percent under the old system to about 60 percent under AVI.
The discussion, titled “Philadelphia Taxes — Past, Present and Future.” was organized by the Pew Charitable Trusts and Temple University’s Center on Regional Politics.
The historic school is one of nearly two dozen Philadelphia public schools slated to close at the end of the academic term.
A new study released by the Pew Charitable Trusts finds that Philadelphia is becoming more competitive in terms of local taxes when compared to the suburbs.
Poll director Larry Eichel doesn’t see those findings — a desire to lower taxes and yet preserve services — as contradictory.
The poll by the research arm of the Pew Charitable Trusts is the fourth annual survey of city residents’ outlook on the present and future state of the city.
A new study finds that the taxpayer-funded system to connect Philadelphia employers with workers seeking jobs has been delivering only mediocre results, but help may be on the way.
The poll found the public’s respect overall for police is high, but racial or ethnic group, income, and race also played a role in the answers.
The report by the research arm of the Pew Charitable Trusts compared the 17-member Philadelphia City Council with those in 14 other major cities.
“Nice place to visit, but I wouldn’t want to live there”: that’s the general finding of a new survey of the attitudes suburbanites have toward the city of Philadelphia.