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Thanksgiving Day Parade Parking

The 93rd Annual Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade, the oldest in the nation, spans over 1.4 miles.  It will begin at 8:15am at 20th Street and JFK Boulevard then heading east on JFK, toward 16th Street,  north on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, and coming
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Kaylee’s Fight

Kaylee is a 5 year old happy little girl, the daughter of PPA employee Jeanine DiGiannantonio and her husband, Pete. On April 5, 2012, Kaylee was diagnosed with a large malignant tumor on her liver called Undifferentiated Embryonal Sarcoma. Kaylee underwent a 5-hour surgery to have the tumor removed, along with
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Don’t Pass That Big Yellow Bus

Getting stuck behind a school bus in the city can be a huge inconvenience. Constantly halting, and having little children stick their tongues out at you from the back windows, does not make your commute enjoyable. Passing a stopped school bus may seem all too tempting, but one must resist and
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Pool(side) Parking: Fact Or Fiction

This picture has floated (yes, get ready for a real punny blog) around the internet for a while.  Not just a favorite with those of us in the wonderful world of parking, this wacky image has been LOL-ed by gazillions. But, I'm not convinced this is real.  Frankly, it would be
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Bagged Leaf & Recycling Program

  Don’t put those leaves in to the landfill! The Streets Department's 2012 Bagged Leaf and Recycling Program has begun! Starting today until Friday, December 14, there will be curbside collection of bagged leaves for the entire city.   Follow these tips for bagged leaf collection: Leaves will only be collected in biodegradable paper
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Hearing By Mail

No one likes waiting rooms.  We've all been there, whether its the doctor's office or at a PennDot center, as time ticks away so does your patience.  That's why contesting a ticket is more convenient and easy.  No more taking off from work, no more waiting in line and best
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Parking Garage Crime in Pop Culture

In pop culture, parking garages are hot spots for shady dealings; attacks, kidnappings, robbers, rapes, and even murder. Urban legends have made parking garages seem so dangerous and unfriendly, that the writers of Parking Today created a long list of heinous and fictitious crimes that went down in fake garages. While
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