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  2. Which of PennDOT's pending projects is most crucial to infrastructure?

    The recent law pursues new approaches to the planning and funding of bridge repairs and construction

    mirah Blondell Reynolds Brown
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  4. What will the rule changes for registered community organizations in Philly entail?

    Neighborhood and interest groups are now required to be kept abreast of building projects in the works.

    Tom W. Wilson Goode, Jr.
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  5. How do you hope your bill will improve conditions of child-care centers?

    Your introduced a bill calling for mandatory annual inspections for all child-care facilities.

    valerie Blondell Reynolds Brown
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  6. Why do you hope to leave your at-large Council seat to chair the School Reform Commission?

    You will leave your city council seat pending approval by the state Senate.

    lionel Bill Green
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  9. How does the city council plan to hold CSX accountable for the recent derailment?

    Six train cars carrying crude oil got twisted on the rails but no one was injured and no oil spilled. You stated the problem to be CSX's "ailing infrastructu...

    maryam Kenyatta Johnson
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  10. How will the addition of pedestrian amenities change Philly's Streets code?

    Legislation just passed to add pedestrian plazas, parklets and bike corrals to the city’s Streets code.

    maryam William K. Greenlee
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  11. How does your proposed bill simplify the city’s zoning code?

    Your bill institutes firmer boundaries for the civic organizations, known as Registered Community Organizations or RCOs, for zoning purposes.

    maryam Bobby Henon
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  12. Do you support the bill to ban cash gifts to city employees and officials?

    The bill would also cap the total value of non-cash gifts at $99 per year.

    maryam Maria D. Quiñones-Sánchez
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  14. Will your recall your "resign to run" bill?

    Your bill would allow council members, the mayor or other elected officials to run for new offices without giving up their old ones.

    maryam David Oh
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  16. What zoning changes would have to be made to allow the building of the new Comcast tower?

    The City Planning Commission voted unanimously to recommend five bills aimed at facilitating addition to Philadelphia’s tallest building, the new Comcast tow...

    maryam Brian J. O'Neill
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  17. Do you support Bill Green's bill to enact a ban on using e-cigarettes indoors?

    Due to the lack of substantiated proof on the detrimental affects of e-cigarettes, the bill reads as mean-spirited and reactionary.

    maryam Cindy Bass
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  18. Will the addition of office space in the new Comcast tower drive down local office prices?

    The Comcast Innovation and Technology Center will reach1,121 feet above central Philadelphia in 2017. The 59-story building, on Arch Street between 18th and ...

    maryam Marian B. Tasco
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  19. Will the addition of office space in the new Comcast tower drive down local office prices?

    The Comcast Innovation and Technology Center will reach1,121 feet above central Philadelphia in 2017. The 59-story building, on Arch Street between 18th and ...

    maryam Michael Nutter
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  21. Are you satisfied with the rollout of the LOOP program?

    The Longtime Owner Occupants Program provides relief to those hardest hit by skyrocketing property assessment under the city's new tax valuation system known...

    Leila Cindy Bass
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  22. Do you support the latest software company tax incentive?

    Bill Greene introduced a bill in which software companies will only pay taxes on sales made inside the city, regardless of the location of their headquarters.

    minuet Jannie Blackwell
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  23. How will the Philly Goes to College program aid students in financial aid attainment?

    According to your statement, the program helped bring about a 12% increase in financial aid awards for Philadelphians last year and an expected 15% this year.

    lisa Michael Nutter
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  25. Will you help bring competitive fiber-optic networks to Philadelphia?

    The FCC's proposal allowing internet service providers to charge companies for preferential treatment erodes the vision for a neutral and equitable internet....

    Holmes Michael Nutter
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