Monthly Archives: October 2011

Biden Pushes Jobs Bill Here

BY DAVID GAMBACORTA Philadelphia Daily News gambacd@phillynews.com 215-854-5994 VICE PRESIDENT Joe Biden might have discovered a new campaign slogan yesterday in Philadelphia: “You don’t have to be poor to be patriotic.” Yeah, it’s not quite as optimistic as “Hope” and … Continue reading

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VICE PRESIDENT BIDEN TO HIGHLIGHT AMERICAN JOBS ACT IN PHILADELPHIA WITH DIRECTOR OF NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL POLICY, PHILADELPHIA MAYOR NUTTER AND POLICE CHIEFS

Vice President Biden and Director of National Drug Control Policy Gil Kerlikowske will visit Philadelphia today to discuss how the American Jobs Act will help maintain first responders on the job and keep communities safe. The Vice President and Director … Continue reading

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Recovery Office Successfully Meets Federal Gov’t. Reporting Guidelines

The City of Philadelphia’s Recovery Office successfully uploaded its 36 quarterly reports, on time, for the ninth ARRA reporting quarter ending September 30, 2011, thus satisfying the federal government’s reporting requirements. As part of the guidelines for completing the quarterly … Continue reading

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Beech Launches Housing, Cafe Near Temple

North Philadelphia is now home to the new Beech International Complex at Temple University. Located at 1520 Cecil B. Moore Ave., the $20 million, four-story, 80,000 square foot building features 100 housing units, a Mugshots Café, conference space, an international … Continue reading

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MAYOR NUTTER, U.S. TRADE AMBASSADOR KIRK HIGHLIGHT AMERICAN JOBS ACT

Philadelphia, September 30, 2011- U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk, U.S. Congressman Robert Brady and Mayor Michael A. Nutter visited Superfit, Inc., a jewelry manufacturer and exporter that recently relocated to Philadelphia, to highlight the impact of the American Jobs Act … Continue reading

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