Bet you’re just about smelling that homemade stuffing and can’t wait for the Thursday feast.  We’re with you, and while we can’t deliver a twenty pound turkey through the web, here’s something to whet your appetite for local news:

    Lizz Fiedler is attending this morning’s Committee of 70 Annual Breakfasts featuring NJ Governor Chris Christie.

    Tom MacDonald is at the City Controller’s office this morning.  He’ll do a story on a new report on changes to the city’s business tax code.

    Susan Phillips will examine the increasing competition for electricity customers in Pennsylvania.  She’ll also take a look at the new EZ Pass exit at Parx Casino in Bensalem with a critical eye on why that exit is finished, but there’s still no interchange between I-95 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike.

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    Peter Crimmins will be standing by for the final seconds of the Spectrum as the wrecking ball swings.  Got your own Spectrum story?  Tell us by feeding the Feed.

    On the health and science beat, Meggan Kole will take a look at the real health risks of full body scans.  And coming into the holiday shopping season, Carolyn Beeler will look into toys that still have harmful PVC in them.

    That’s the plan for today.  Stay with the Feed all day for updates on these and other important stories in the region.

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