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City picking up the pace on property tax collection
For the first time since Mayor Nutter took office, the City of Philadelphia made significant, measurable progress over the past 18 months
8 years ago
City blight unit lauded, decimated
9 years ago
Signs of progress in delinquency fight
Special report: Signs of progress amid delinquency crisis
Squeezing school $$ from tax delinquents: $28 million is in the balance
Sizing up a flurry of blight and delinquency legislation
Universal seeks OK to demolish most of Royal Theater
10 years ago
Redeveloping the Redevelopment Authority
As Philly land bank momentum slows, proponents want administration to take lead
City leaders send stark message to Nutter: Collect taxes
Ravaged by Neglect, Part Two: A broken property tax system where everyone loses, except investors
Part One: Lax property tax enforcement and brazen deadbeat investors have depressed Philadelphia’s property-tax base by $9.5 billion
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