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Protestors, police, and encampment residents mingled on Kensington Ave., one day after a Villanova prof sued the city over its treatment of homeless people.
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A Council bill that would have cut Philly’s parking tax rate by nearly a third died during budget negotiations. The plan would have cost some $130 million in lost city revenue
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Streeteries need to live on beyond the pandemic. When our government gave more space to restaurants, people discovered a more accessible city.
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