Monthly Archives: July 2010

Former City Records Department Clerk Charged with Bribery

Inspector General Calls for Restitution of More Than $600,000 A former Philadelphia Records Department clerk and three other individuals were charged with bribery today in connection with a corrupt scheme to sell and obtain police incident, traffic accident, and emergency

Posted in Mayor's Press Releases, Press Release

CODE FOR AMERICA SELECTS PHILADELPHIA TO PARTICIPATE IN “FELLOWS PROGRAM” TO DEVELOP CITIZEN ENGAGEMENT WEB APPLICATION

Philadelphia, July 28, 2010 – The City of Philadelphia is one of only five cities to be selected by Code for America for their inaugural, one-year Fellows program. Through a competitive application process, Code for America chose five cities that

Posted in Mayor's Press Releases, Press Release

STATEMENT FROM MAYOR NUTTER

Philadelphia, July 28 – Following the verdict of a Common Pleas jury earlier today finding two defendants guilty in the first degree murder of Sgt. Stephen Liczbinski, Mayor Michael A. Nutter issued the following statement: “At this time, our focus

Posted in Mayor's Press Releases, Press Release

MAYOR NUTTER APPOINTS NEW BOARD MEMBER TO THE REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

Philadelphia, July 27 – Today, Mayor Michael A. Nutter announced that he has appointed James J. Cuorato to serve on the board of the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Philadelphia (RDA). James Cuorato will serve as the board’s Second

Posted in Mayor's Press Releases, Press Release

MAYOR NUTTER LAUNCHES Let’s Read. Let’s Move. Philadelphia. PHILADELPHIA’S FIRST SUMMER OF SERVICE CHALLENGE

Philadelphia, June 27, 2010- Today, Mayor Michael A. Nutter announced that Philadelphia will participate in the Corporation for National and Community Service’s Summer of Service Challenge. The Corporation, in collaboration with First Lady Michelle Obama and five federal agencies –

Posted in Mayor's Press Releases, Press Release

PHILADELPHIA YOUNG PEOPLE RECEIVE 170,000 BOOKS FROM FIRST BOOK, IN AN EFFORT TO INCREASE LITERACY

Philadelphia, June 27, 2010- Mayor Michael A. Nutter is proud to announce Fist Book’s donation of 170,000 books to the city of Philadelphia. First Book is a non-profit organization that provides new books to children in an effort to increase

Posted in Mayor's Press Releases, Press Release

PHILADELPHIA TO LAUNCH Let’s Read. Let’s Move. Philadelphia. PHILADELPHIA’S FIRST SUMMER OF SERVICE CHALLENGE

WHO: Lisa J. Nutter, President of Philadelphia Academies, Inc. Catherine Wolfgang, Chief Service Officer Stan Soloway, Board Member of the Corporation for National and Community Service Other Partner Community Organizations WHAT: Today, the City of Philadelphia begin participating in the

Posted in Media Advisory
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