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Sep. 15

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35th/53rd/55th/61st/63rd/64th Ward Democratic Committees host Picnic at Burholme Pk. Pavilion, Cottman & Central Aves., st. 1 p.m. Free for committee people. Donations payable to “Philly United,” % Robert Dellavella, 3200 Magee Ave., Phila., PA 19149 For info: (215) 808-4240.    Send article as PDF   

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Sep. 17

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State Rep. Pam DeLissio hosts Town Ha. Mtg. at Falls Ridge, 4349 Ridge Ave., enter parking lot from Merrick Ave., 7 p.m. For info: Angie Eyer (717) 787-7895.    Send article as PDF   

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Sep. 20- State Rep. Angel Cruz hosts Flag-Raising Ceremony at Antonio Pantoja Ch. Sch., 4401 N. American St., 12 m. Beginning 2 weeks of Puerto Rican festivities. For info: (215) 291-5643. Sep. 20- State Rep. Emilio Vázquez hosts Office Meet & Greet at 1421 W. Susquehanna Ave., Su. 197, 3-4 p.m. Help on Property Tax/Rent […]

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Councilwoman Bass Moves Suddenly to End Real-Estate Tax Abatement

REPORTED BY WHYY: planphilly.com/articles/2018/09/12/cindy-bass-proposes-eliminating-10-year-tax-abatement    Send article as PDF   

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Kozlowski down by the River

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POLS ON THE STREET: POLS ON THE STREET: Dueling Millionaires – Who’s Open, Who’s Nice?

BY JOE SHAHEELI Two York County big businessmen turned state political leaders. Two guys who pay a lot of taxes. Two different responses. Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf made his full 2017 tax returns available for review earlier this month. He reported about $414,000 in adjusted gross income in 2017—down quite a bit from previous years […]

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Philadelphia Election Board Workers Get Historic Pay Raise!

Yesterday, at their first weekly public meeting for the Nov. 6 general election, the Philadelphia City Commissioners unanimously approved Chairwoman Lisa Deeley’s motion to raise the pay for Election Board workers by $20 a day. This marks the first time in generations that the Judges of Election, Majority and Minority Inspectors of Election, Clerks, Machine […]

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Understanding Bankruptcy, 9/6/2018

BY MICHAEL A. CIBIK, ESQ. AMERICAN BANKRUPTCY BOARD CERTIFIED Question: How do bankruptcy exemptions make the system work? When a bankruptcy is filed, the debtor can keep anything that is “exempt.” That always includes household goods and personal effects, and, most of the time, provides a homestead exemption that protects the debtor’s home. But why? […]

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Sep. 10

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21st & 38th Ward Republican Committees host Fundraiser at J.D. McGillicuddy’s, 473 Leverington St, 6-9 p.m. Tickets: $45.    Send article as PDF   

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Sep. 11

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Girard Coll. hosts Panel Discussion on Its 1968 Desegregation at 2101 S. College Ave., Classrm. Visits 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m.; Panel Discussion 7 p.m.; following panel, visit “Opening the Gates: The Desegregation of Girard College,” exhibition in Girard’s Founder’s Ha. For info: (215) 787-2600.    Send article as PDF   

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