Good morning, Feeders!
Tom MacDonald has a full day at City Hall where Philadelphia City Council will take another look at the proposed Neighborhood Improvement District in North Philadelphia, the Business Privilege Tax and the Police Advisory Commission.
Lizz Fiedler is working on a story we can read more about later this week. Today, she’ll have the latest from the Chester Upland School District.
Taunya English will get more details on a New Jersey cheese maker that used tainted milk, as well an honor for Penn nurses and how that fits into a general movement in the nursing profession.
Emma Jacobs will find out how much return on investment governments get from their workforce programs.
Peter Crimmins will find out how the Friends of the Barnes plan to pay the legal fees from contesting the foundation’s move to the Parkway. He’ll also catch up with some UArts students who worked with homeless people on their latest creations.