City Council tackles DROP and redistricting, Barnes shares opening date details

    Good morning, Feeders!

    It’s a big day for City Council, which is once again tackling DROP and redistricting, as well as parking lot taxes and satellite dishes. Tom MacDonald and Dave Davies will cover those issues for us — all of which we’ve seen from Council before in some capacity.


    Jen Howard is tracking down more details on the Morrisville assistant coach who resigned amid allegations of offering money for opposing players’ injuries.

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    Peter Crimmins will take us inside the Penn Museum’s Africa exhibit, which is doing things a bit differently. We’ll learn how the exhibit has been influenced by its visitors. Peter will also have details on the Barnes Foundation announcement today about its grand opening. It’s still a ways off, though.

    Maiken Scott will look at well water regulations and contamination warnings — a familiar topic these days when storm sewage and natural gas drilling are such big issues.

    We’ve got those stories and more today, so stick close.

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