Monthly Archives : May 2013

Parking Social

With over 2,500 miles of streets in Philadelphia, and services from the Philadelphia Parking Authority like garages, lots and metered parking, you’d think it would be easy to find a parking spot. If you’ve ever driven in Philadelphia, you know that’s not always the case. With an influx of restaurants, events,
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Hotel La Salle: Where it all Began!

Parking complexes never seem to get the credit they deserve. After all, they are extremely important and  give city-dwellers a place to shelter their cars when a storm blows in; a place to go to when there is no street parking; and a cheaper venue to park for longer periods
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Mother’s Day Has Deep Roots in Philadelphia

NY1 News has discovered the deep connection Philadelphia has to Mother's Day. If you've always thought of Mother's Day as a Hallmark holiday, then NY1 travel reporter Valarie D'Elia says you should pay a visit to Philadelphia. She filed the following report. Mother’s Day has special significance to Philly resident Ethan Jarvis.
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Maximum Taxicab Lease Amounts

The Taxicab and Limousine Division has received questions regarding the maximum amounts to be charged in taxicab lease agreements. To clear up any misunderstandings the maximum amounts as of this date are: These maximum lease amounts were established by the Authority on March 25, 2008 after a lengthy investigatory process and
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Commendation For Meritorious Service

Sometimes, the people you work with surpass even your brightest expectations. Sometimes, they go beyond just doing their job WELL - and do their job so exceptionally wonderful - that you have to talk about it.  Those individuals are so good - they not only deserve praise, but they deserve
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