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To all concerned parties:

The Board of the Philadelphia Parking Authority, at its regular meeting on 9/25/13, issued the attached Order and proposed regulations related to the sale of taxicab medallions. This proposed rulemaking will proceed through the standard state agency regulatory promulgation process. All interested parties will be afforded the opportunity to provide
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Child Passenger Safety Week

According to a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHSTA) study, 3 out of 4 children are not as secure in the car as they should be. The NHSTA is trying to change that. Every year, the NHSTA sponsors Child Passenger Safety Week, which runs September 15 through September 21. This week
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Discount Parking for Philadelphia Restaurant Week

Back for its tenth year, Restaurant Week (Presented by TD Bank) hits Philadelphia from September 15 through September 20 and September 22 through September 27. More than 100 restaurants including Lacroix, Butcher & Singer, and Alma de Cuba in Philadelphia offer three-course lunch and dinner menus at $20 and $35
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About Our New Neighbor- City Hall

The imposing and elaborately ornate Philadelphia City Hall building takes up an entire city block in downtown Philadelphia.  The building’s walls face each point of the compass and arched entryways open at the center of each facade, leading inward to a open courtyard.  The structure is made of brick faced
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