Monthly Archives: July 2011

OEO ANNOUNCES CAPACITY BUILDING PROGRAM FOR MINORITY CONTRACTORS

Philadelphia, July 28, 2011 – The Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO) will be hosting a capacity building program for minority contractors across the region. The program will be a free, six month course for contractors and businesses to learn more

Posted in Mayor's Press Releases, Press Release

MAYOR NUTTER CONGRATULATES PHILLY YOUTH POETRY MOVEMENT, 2011 BRAVE NEW VOICES CHAMPIONS

Philadelphia, July 25, 2011 – Yesterday Mayor Michael A. Nutter spoke by telephone to members of the Philly Youth Poetry Movement (PYPM) – a group of young Philadelphia spoken word artists – to congratulate them on winning the 2011 Brave

Posted in Mayor's Press Releases, Press Release

MAYOR NUTTER ANNOUNCES FACILITIES MANAGEMENT TASK FORCE

Philadelphia, July 20, 2011 – Mayor Michael A. Nutter signed an executive order creating the Mayor’s Task Force on City-owned Facilities. The Taskforce will be chaired by Tom Knox, businessman and former Deputy Mayor for Management and Productivity in the

Posted in Mayor's Press Releases, Press Release

EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNING ISSUED FOR REGION

Heatline Opens at Noon Philadelphia, July 20, 2011 – In conjunction with the National Weather Service’s Excessive Heat Warning for the region, Philadelphia Health Commissioner Donald F. Schwarz, has issued a Warning for Philadelphia beginning Wednesday, July 20, at noon.

Posted in Mayor's Press Releases, Press Release

MAYOR NUTTER TO ANNOUNCE TASK FORCE TO EVALUATE CITY FACILITIES

WHO: Mayor Michael A Nutter Tom Knox WHAT: Mayor Nutter will sign an executive order to create the Mayor’s Task Force of City-owned Facilities, which will create a final report and advise the Administration on obtaining the best financial terms

Posted in Media Advisory

STATEMENT FROM DEPUTY MAYOR CUTLER, COMMISSIONER RAMSEY REGARDING GIVE RESPECT-GET RESPECT CAMPAIGN

Philadelphia, July 19, 2011 – Police Commissioner Charles H. Ramsey and Deputy Mayor for Transportation and Public Utilities Rina Cutler have released the following statements regarding the “Give Respect-Get Respect” campaign. Deputy Mayor Cutler stated: “On average, nearly 2,000 pedestrians

Posted in Mayor's Press Releases, Press Release

Inspector General

Philadelphia, July 18, 2011 – The principal owner of a Haddonfield, NJ-based information-technology firm allegedly defrauded the City of more than $1 million by billing the City for work that had not been performed, announced Inspector General Amy L. Kurland,

Posted in Mayor's Press Releases, Press Release
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