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Weekly Press: Philly’s "Free" papers grill Nutter on Budget

Weekly Press: Philly’s "Free" papers grill Nutter on Budget In the spate of negative press, Mayor Michael Nutter, invited reporters from the city’s weekly newspapers like the City Paper, The…

Next Great City: Mayor's Proposed Budget impacts on sustainability

A message from Next Great City: Mayor Nutter presented his Fiscal Year 2011 Budget Address to members of City Council last week.  We’ve looked over the proposed budget to see…

Small business owners expected to pay $500 for trash collection

Weekly Press: Small business owners expected to pay $500 for trash collection Despite Mayor Nutter’s pledge "to take trash off the table" when addressing the city’s budget deficit last year,…

Heard in the Hall: Mayor and Council agree on no property tax hike

Heard in the Hall: Mayor and Council agree for now: No property tax hike Jeff Shields reports that Mayor Nutter and City Council have reached an agreement in principal on…

Metro: Nutter talks transit, urban affairs

Metro: Nutter talks transit, urban affairs While the Obama administration was talking “toxic assets” and Wall Street was rallying, Mayor Michael Nutter was in the capital meeting with U.S. Department…

Nutter announces April 4 Citywide Cleanup Day

MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR APRIL 4 FOR PHILLY SPRING CLEANUP DAY! Mayor Nutter announced that last year's cleanup day was attracted 15,000 volunteers who cleaned 3,500 blocks.You can call 311 to…

Read report to Mayor Nutter on City Budget forums

The City Budget: Tight Times, Tough Choices -- A Report to the Mayor and His Cabinet March 2, 2009 Co-written by Harris Sokoloff, director, Penn Project for Civic Engagement, and Chris…

SUNDAY: Nutter to launch early action projects on the Delaware Riverfront

Mayor Nutter Announcement on Delaware Riverfront early action plans The public is invited to join Mayor Michael A. Nutter, Councilman Frank DiCicco and the new Board of Directors of the Delaware…

Check out the new Office of Sustainability website

THIS JUST IN: The Mayor's Office of Sustainability now has its own website Take a look and learn more about various projects like the Solar American City partnership and ways to…

Portion of Mayor Nutter's $13 million for commercial corridors goes to Lancaster Ave

University City Review: Lancaster Ave receives piece of the $13 million pie for small businesses Standing in front of Villa, 4034 Lancaster Ave, last Sunday, February 8th, Mayor Michael Nutter…

Sunday: Nutter to announce commercial corridor program

PEC is pleased to announce that Mayor Nutter is coming to Lancaster Avenue this Sunday, February 8, at 2pm to announce a $30 million citywide commercial corridor revitalization program.  PEC is…

Letter from Mayor Nutter: Let’s Work Together for a Better Philadelphia

University City Review: Let’s Work Together for a Better Philadelphia By Mayor Michael A. Nutter In recent weeks, I’ve gone to churches and synagogues, barber shops and beauty salons, diners…

FRIDAY: Mayor Nutter to make Penn's Landing announcement

A message from the Penn's Landing Corporation: Mayor Michael A. Nutter invites you to join him at an announcement about the Penn's Landing CorporationJanuary 30 at 10:00 a.m.Independence Seaport…

Breakdown of Nutter's "Economic Stimulus Package" requests

As we all know, 44th President Barack Obama said throughout his campaign that infrastructure investment and urban revitalization are key to reviving the economy in this time of downturn.  In anticipation…

Nutter announces public meetings around City Budget cuts

Heard in the Hall: Nutter schedules "town hall" meetings on budget cuts Mayor Nutter has announced a series of eight "town hall" meetings to explain the city's fiscal problem.  The…

Cut the Office of Sustainability? Send Councilman Green your thoughts.

As announced by the Next Great City, Councilman Bill Green wrote in response to the administration's recent budget cuts that Mayor Nutter should have cut the Office of Sustainability and…

Philly announces new bike and ped coordinator

Though not announced with much fanfare, Mayor Nutter’s Office of Transportation and Utilities hired Charles Carmalt for the position of Pedestrian and Bicycle Coordinator.  Here is a description of his background…

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