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Sports -- and not just the pro teams -- are how Philadelphians come together.
He runs an office that's basically tasked with telling other departments what they're doing wrong and how they can do better.
“I could give you the answer everybody does that every lawsuit is important,” Sozi Tulante says. “But some are more important than the others.”
Fishtown residents are angry at the cable giant for installing gray boxes on the front of their houses. And Comcast is mandated to "clean up" wires throughout the city.
Nutter's administration listed 20 people as cabinet members in a January 2015 report. That would be larger than Kenney’s 16-person cabinet.
Deputy mayor for public engagement Nina Ahmad tells Billy Penn of her goals for the new group: “We’re not just wanting friends to be on this... This is not about a clique.”
Early education expert Tim Bartik said the study’s estimate is probably high because it doesn’t account for possible tax increases.
Nearly two months after the end of the Nutter administration, its employees have flocked to jobs in higher education, law consulting and politics.