Clarke and Farnese talk AVI, folk meets neon in new exhibit

    Good morning, Feeders!

    It’s a new week with the same issue. Council President Darrell Clarke and Sen. Larry Farnese are talking about — you guessed it — AVI today. Tom MacDonald will be there before sitting in on two Council committee hearings.
    Lizz Fiedler will have details for us on an Act 24 expansion on who has permission to work in schools and how new legislation will affect current employees.

    Carolyn Beeler will look at a local contribution to a national cancer conference, and also bring us details on Philadelphia’s tree survey.

    Emma Jacobs is checking on a policy that sets the standards for when and how large corporations must start collecting state sales taxes.

    And Peter Crimmins and Emma Lee are off to see folk and neon come together a new exhibit called, of course, Folk Neon.

    Looking for a recap of Sunday’s bike race in Manayunk? We’ve got you covered.

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