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Mayor Nutter, City And Community Officials Break Ground On North Philadelphia Athletic Field

The 11th Street and Cecil B. Moore Avenue Field is home to the Blackhawks Youth Football Team, winners of the 2010 Pop Warner Pee Wee National Championship Philadelphia, July 30, 2014 – Mayor Michael A. Nutter, City officials and community

Posted in Arts & Culture, Mayor's Press Releases, Neighborhoods, Press Release, Recreation, Topics

Mayor Nutter Authorizes Increase Of Award In Fatal Auto/Pedestrian Accident To $100,000

Philadelphia, July 25, 2014 –  Mayor Nutter authorized an increase in reward money, up to $100,000, for information leading to an arrest and conviction of those responsible in the fatal auto/pedestrian accident at Germantown and Allegheny Avenues this morning. If

Posted in Mayor's Press Releases, Neighborhoods, Press Release, Public Safety, Topics

Mayor Nutter Welcomes New Tech Company ‘Think Brownstone’ To Philadelphia

Latest suburban company to open a Philadelphia ‘gateway’ office   Philadelphia, July 10, 2014 – Mayor Michael A. Nutter and Think Brownstone, a Conshohocken-based user experience and design agency, opened the company’s new Philadelphia office at the historic Packard Grande

Posted in Mayor's Press Releases, Press Release, Topics, Transportation & Utilties

Mayor Nutter’s Remarks at Fourth of July Celebration of Freedom Ceremony

Mayor Michael A. Nutter’s Fourth of July Celebration of Freedom Address is as follows.  Check against delivery: Good morning and happy Fourth of July.  It is my great honor to welcome all of you, friends, neighbors, visitors and a very

Posted in Education, Employment, Mayor Announcements, Mayor's Press Releases, Neighborhoods, Press Release, Public Safety

Mayor Nutter Announces School Reform Commission Resignation And New Appointment

Philadelphia, July 3, 2014 – Mayor Michael A. Nutter announced that he has accepted the resignation of School Reform Commission (SRC) member Dr. Wendell Pritchett’s and that he has named long-time Philadelphia educator Marjorie Neff to fill the vacancy.  

Posted in Education, Mayor's Press Releases, Press Release, Topics

Officials Announce Public Safety Details For Celebration Of Freedom Ceremony

Details on venue rules, event security and more.   Philadelphia, July 3, 2014– City and Wawa Welcome America! Festival officials announced information for the public, including entrance gate locations, security procedures and venue rules in preparation for the Fourth of July Fourth

Posted in Arts & Culture, Mayor's Press Releases, Neighborhoods, Press Release, Topics

Mayor Nutter Appoints New Chief Data Officer

Philadelphia, July 2, 2014 – Mayor Michael A. Nutter announced that Tim Wisniewski has been appointed Chief Data Officer (CDO) for the City of Philadelphia under the Office of Innovation and Technology.  In this role, Wisniewski will coordinate departmental efforts

Posted in Mayor's Press Releases, Neighborhoods, Press Release, Topics, Urban Development

City of Philadelphia, School District and PolicyLab at CHOP Release Report on the Educational Outcomes of Youth Involved with DHS

Philadelphia, June 10, 2014 –  The City of Philadelphia released a report that found 17% of all Philadelphia public school students have been involved with the Department of Human Services (DHS) and/or the juvenile justice system at some point during

Posted in Arts & Culture, Mayor's Press Releases, Neighborhoods, Press Release, Recreation, Topics

CITY OF PHILADELPHIA SUBMITS BID TO HOST DNC2016

  Philadelphia, June 6, 2014 – Mayor Michael A. Nutter released a letter that was sent to Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee (DNC), announcing that the City of Philadelphia intends to compete to host the 2016

Posted in Mayor's Press Releases, Neighborhoods, Press Release, Topics

MAYOR NUTTER APPOINTS NEW FIRE DEPARTMENT COMMISSIONER

Philadelphia, June 5, 2014 – Mayor Michael A. Nutter yesterday announced the appointment of Deputy Commissioner Derrick Sawyer as Philadelphia Fire Department Commissioner, succeeding Lloyd Ayers who will officially retire after forty years of service on Friday, June 13th.  Deputy

Posted in Mayor's Press Releases, Press Release, Public Safety, Topics
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