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The 2013 Philadelphia Flower Show – Parking No Problem

The Philadelphia Flower Show is the world’s largest indoor collection of flowers. Taking place in Center City from March 2-10, it’s an internationally famous spectacle. However, many attendees are worrying about finding parking since the event is in downtown Philly. Don’t panic – simply head over to the AutoPark at Gallery
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Use of Attorneys by Industry Members

The TLD’s Regulations require the use of a certified Broker or licensed attorney for some transactions before the Authority. However, the Enforcement Department strongly recommends that you seek the advice of legal counsel before approving or signing stock transfers, medallion or certificate transfers, management agreements, powers of attorney and other documents
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Welcome To The Board: City Commissioner Al Schmidt

Recently, City Commissioner Al Schmidt was appointed by Governor Tom Corbett to sit on the Board of the Philadelphia Parking Authority. Schmidt, 41, said he had expressed an interest in joining a State oversight board.  He was asked by aides of the Governor if he was interested in the six-member Parking
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The 2014 Philadelphia Flower Show – Parking No Problem

The Philadelphia Flower Show is the world’s largest indoor collection of flowers. Taking place in Center City from February 8-16, it’s an internationally famous spectacle. However, many attendees are worrying about finding parking since the event is in downtown Philly. Don’t panic – simply head over to the AutoPark at Gallery
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Notice To All Interested Parties:

Attached please find the Philadelphia Parking Authority, Taxicab and Limousine Division’s (TLD) Fiscal Year 2014 Budget and Fees for your review and comment. We would greatly appreciate any written comment you may have by close of business on Wednesday, February 20th, 2013. Comments may be forwarded to Charles Milstein, Assistant
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Philadelphia Adopting Electric Cars

In November 2010, the first electric car charging station in Pennsylvania was opened in South Philadelphia at The Liberty Gas station on Columbus Boulevard. This charging station takes approximately four hours to fully charge an electric car.  There are, however, prototype stations across the country that can fully charge a
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Title Executive Board Advisory Opinion – 13-0001

  In accordance with ofthe act ofJuly 16,2004, (P.L. 758, No. 94), as amended, 53 Pa.C.S. §§5701 et seq., (the “act”),) the Authority, on January 28,2013, formally commenced the process to promulgate regulations to provide more specific procedures related to the impoundment of vehicles, equipment and medallions by the Authority pursuant
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