City Council revisits digital ads idea, QR codes find new purpose in cemetery

    Good morning, Feeders!

    Lizz Fiedler is spending this rainy day putting together a story from a cemetery trip. She’ll have the details on how QR codes are being used to remember lost loved ones.Tom MacDonald is hanging out in City Council chambers for the regularly scheduled Thursday meeting. On today’s agenda: Should newsstands have digital advertising?

    Peter Crimmins will finish up his piece about 1812 Productions’ annual; political performance. And he’ll attend the LEED certification ceremony at the Barnes.

    Emma Jacobs is looking to the audit procedure for groups opposing the Pennsylvania budget, and Kevin McCorry will get details on the sale of Lower Bucks Hospital.

    Zack Seward is hanging out with female developers tonight, and Susan Phillips will have more information on what’s to come at the Marcus Hook refinery.

     

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