Property taxes, opioid resources, school funding, road paving and lots more.
Collections were lower than expected but still enough to start the pre-K and Rebuild programs.
But it’ll likely be another six months before it actually comes down.
Dancing, handball, yoga and all kinds of activities in the Barrio on Saturday
The Art Commission gets final approval, but a proposal must be made by the city first.
Councilwoman Helen Gym wants to start conversations about Rizzo when City Council is back in session.
The city is about to lower projections — it would need about $20 million in May and June to reach its previous projection of $46 million.
Jim Kenney and Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown wanted enough for 20K homes by 2025. That’ll be tough.
The federal judge called the executive order an “ominous, misleading, and ultimately toothless threat.”
Neighbors wonder why they get saturated, while other areas don’t: “Spread the wealth.”
In what seems totally reasonable, a judge heard arguments 305 miles from the legislation being reviewed.
In neighborhoods where chains won’t go, ‘even my lottery is down.’
The city could lose funding that goes to domestic violence arrest support and rape kits.