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City of Philadelphia Public Hearing Notice

The Committee on Finance of the Council of the City of Philadelphia will hold a Public Hearing on Monday, June 8, 2020, at 2:30 PM, in a remote manner using Microsoft® Teams. This  remote hearing may be viewed on Xfinity Channel 64, Fios Channel 40 or http://phlcouncil.com/watch‑city‑council/, to hear testimony on the following items: 200296: An Ordinance constituting the Fifteenth Supplemental Ordinance […]

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107-3290 2020 SECOND REVISED NOTICE OF STATED MEETINGS Notice is hereby given that the Philadelphia City Council will have its remaining Regular Stated Meetings on the dates listed below at 10:00 A.M. During the Emergency Declaration issued by Governor Wolf for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, these meetings will be held remotely using Microsoft® Teams. […]

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  19107-3290 PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE FISCAL YEAR 2021 BUDGET HEARING SCHEDULE The Committee of the Whole of the Council of the City of Philadelphia will hold Public Hearings to hear testimony on the City’s Fiscal Year 2021 legislative budget package on the dates listed below at 9:30 A.M.  Monday, May 18, 2020 Tuesday, May 19, […]

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C I T Y   C O U N C I L Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  19107-3290 2020 REVISED NOTICE OF STATED MEETINGS Notice is hereby given that the Philadelphia City Council will have its remaining Regular Stated Meetings on the dates listed below, as previously advertised, at 10:00 A.M. During the Emergency Declaration issued by Governor Wolf for the […]

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Monument to Irish Honor

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The Brehon Law Society was founded March 17, 1976 in Philadelphia. Its purpose was to foster intellectual fellowship, collegiality, and scholarship among Philadelphia lawyers and judges. A further aim was to assist and promote Brehon lawyers who wished to go on to high public office, especially the Bench. Among its founders were: Attorneys Thomas White, […]

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The Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians, Inc., have a great presence in the City of Philadelphia. With 600 plus members, we are an order of Irish Catholic ladies who practice our motto of Friendship, Unity and Christian Charity. We have seven active divisions throughout Philadelphia. Our organization recently celebrated its 125th anniversary with a mass […]

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Philadelphia St. Patrick’s Day Parade

The Irish in Philadelphia first celebrated St. Patrick’s Day in 1771, five years before the Declaration of Independence was signed! 2020 marks 250 continuous years of celebrations. The current parade, which is hosted by the St. Patrick’s Day Observance Association, was incorporated as a nonprofit corporation in 1952. Philadelphia’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade is a […]

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by US Rep. Brendan Boyle St Patrick’s Day is always a fun and festive time in Philadelphia and throughout America. But it is important to take a moment and reflect on the Irish experience in America, and what it means to all of us as Americans, whether or not we have Irish ancestry. One of […]

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by PA Sen, Sharif Street The Day of the Rope marks the 1887 execution by hanging of 20 Irishmen and mine laborers in response to their efforts to unionize and go on strike after a 20% cut in wages and horrendous working conditions in Pennsylvania. For four years I’ve been proud to offer a Unanimous […]

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