March 3: Capozzi for At-Large Council | Whiskey and floor area ratios | Squiggletecture | The case for congestion

South Philly realtor and activist Barbara Capozzi is running for an At-Large City Council seat.

The Inquirer editorial board calls Darrell Clarke’s government reorganization bill a power grab designed to bolster the Councilmanic prerogative tradition.

Don’t miss Jared Brey’s whiskey-based explanation of floor area ratio regulations in this Philly Mag series on the Philly boom.

John Micek games out the political prospects for Tom Wolf’s tax reform plan.

The city’s procurement reform pilot has been a big success, so now they’re putting out an RFP to expand it.

Mikael Colville-Andersen is no fan of this Squiggletecture business.

Jason Lempieri thinks this convenience store surface lot at 800 Bainbridge in Bella Vista should become a mini pop-up beer garden or other public seating space.

Why we need congestion.


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