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    Million dollar revenue shortfall in Philadelphia

    Philadelphia’s revenues are a billion dollars short of expenses, for the second time in just the last few months, and Mayor Nutter is expected to announce cuts to city departments any day now. A panel the mayor appointed in September to push the city toward sustainability is saying the city can save money and the environment at the same time. WHYY’s Denis Devine has the story.

    Philadelphia’s revenues are a billion dollars short of expenses, for the second time in just the last few months, and Mayor Nutter is expected to announce cuts to city departments any day now. A panel the mayor appointed in September to push the city toward sustainability is saying the city can save money and the environment at the same time. WHYY’s Denis Devine has the story.

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