Southwest Philly fed up with loud scrap yard, neighborhoods weigh pros and cons of methadone clinics

    Good morning, Feeders!

    Ever wish you could give the Philadelphia Parking Authority a piece of your mind? Well today’s your lucky day. Emma Chapple and Emma Lee will check out an art installation at City Hall where people can leave message to the PPA about the city’s “live stop” program.Emma Jacobs (yes, that’s a third Emma), will check out a protest in Southwest Philly against a loud scrap yard.

    Taunya English is already in Northeast Philly for today’s hearing on methadone clinics and their impact on neighborhoods.

    Ben Herold, Lizz Fiedler and Holly Otterbein are all wrapping up features we can expect to sink our teeth into over the next two days.

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    Phil Gregory has a story on the way about the Rt. 72 Causeway rebuilding in Manahawkin.

    And later this week, we can expect a story from Peter Crimmins and Charlie Kaier about the pocket piano.

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