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Q&A: Council candidate Andrew Stober on bike share politics, Councilmanic prerogative, and the vacant land problem nobody’s talking about
4 years ago
Q&A: Helen Gym on Vision Zero, Council politics, and how the school funding debate ties into planning
Nutter transportation staffer to launch independent Council bid
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Urbanism and the mayoral primary: How do the candidates compare?
Q&A: Milton Street on Michael Nutter, community planning, tax abatements, aging
Meet the City Council candidates running on Vision Zero
Q&A: Melissa Murray Bailey on fresh perspectives, jobs, L&I and vocabulary words
5 years ago
Q&A: Lynne Abraham on L&I, councilmanic prerogative, protected bike lanes and more
Mayoral candidates share views on development at BUILD Philly forum
Land taxes: What they are, and why we’re hearing more about them.
Abraham wants to double the tax abatement in underdeveloped neighborhoods
Q&A: Tony Williams on gentrification, consensus-building, transportation infrastructure, and more
Platitudes fly at Better Mobility Mayoral Forum
Q&A: Doug Oliver on the 10-year tax abatement, Vision Zero, and Philly’s waterfront
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