Monthly Archives: July 2011

Recovery Office Successfully Meets Federal Gov’t. Reporting Guidelines

The City of Philadelphia’s Recovery Office successfully uploaded its quarterly reports for the eighth ARRA reporting quarter ending June 30, 2011, thus satisfying the federal government’s reporting requirements. As part of the guidelines for completing the quarterly reports,  otherwise known … Continue reading

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Public School Notebook Spotlights ‘Freedom Rings Partnership’s’ Impact on Students

PHL Freedom Rings: Internet access for students Jul 25 2011 This guest blog post about public computer centers comes from Javier Morris, a recent graduate of Bodine High School for International Affairs and recent alumnus of the Philadelphia Student Union. … Continue reading

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MAYOR NUTTER, MEDIA MOBILIZING PROJECT CONTINUE “FREEDOM RINGS” PARTNERSHIP

July 15, 2011 – Mayor Michael A. Nutter and the Media Mobilizing Project presented the “Freedom Rings” Partnership at today’s opening of five new public computing centers. These locations are five of the 77 public computer centers opening across the … Continue reading

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Mayor Michael Nutter, Media Mobilizing Project to Celebrate 5 New Public Computer Centers

On Friday, July 15th at 3:00 PM, join Mayor Michael Nutter and the Media Mobilizing Project (4233 Chestnut Street) to celebrate the opening of 5 new Public Computer Centers! This ceremonial ribbon cutting will recognize and celebrate 5 Public Computer … Continue reading

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Visit the Recovery-funded Free Library ‘Hot Spot’ this summer!

Mercy Neighborhood Ministries has partnered with the Free Library of Philadelphia and is now a Free Library Hot Spot. Hot Spots bring computer access, classes, and the internet to neighborhoods throughout Philadelphia. Each Hot Spot includes computers, a printer, and … Continue reading

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