Changes coming to Traffic Court, local architect makes the Olympics

    Good morning, Feeders, and happy Monday!

    Well it could be a happy Monday. Tom MacDonald will be on hand for a late morning announcement about changes to Philadelphia Traffic Court, so stay tuned for that.

    Dave Davies, meanwhile, will have the details on taxi payment methods and who’s unhappy with them now.
    There’s a mobile scanner making the rounds, and it can detect bleeds around the brain. Carolyn Beeler will explain how it works as she talks with the local developers behind it.

    Lizz Fiedler is catching up with residents who oppose the Callowhill Neighborhood Improvement District. Seems there is some confusion about whether the proposal is dead and what it would take to bring it back to life.

    And a UPenn architect is going to the Olympics — sort of. Peter Crimmins will talk to the architect who’s doing some design work for the 2012 games in London.

    Plus, the younger Nicky Scarfo is due in court, as is Tacony dungeon defendant Linda Ann Weston. We’ll have updates on both.

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