City Council to vote on curfew changes, custodial workers demand a fair contract

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    City Council today is expected to vote on Philadelphia curfew changes. Mayor Michael Nutter announced earlier curfews this summer in some parts of the city during the height of flashmob season. What changes would legislation bring? Tom MacDonald will find out.

    Tom will also have details from City Controller Alan Butkovitz’s EMS audit and a rally by Center City custodial workers who are demanding a fair contract.

    Lizz Fiedler will have numbers for us on Pa. Gov. Tom Corbett’s plan for school vouchers. How much can parents expect to receive, and will it be enough for private schools to reserve a spot?

    The National Constitution Center is sharing the stories of people who fought for democracy. Peter Crimmins will be there today as a World War II vet tells his story, which will also be part of the NCC exhibit.

    What’s going on at Chelten Plaza? We’ve got the details on the Zoning Board ruling that comes with a lot of provisos.

    We’ll have those stories and more today, plus further details for you on NewsWorks Tonight.

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