Council Report Card: Week of October 16th

In which Blondell Reynolds Brown proposes better compliance monitoring of the City's Economic Opportunity Plans; Bill Greenlee and Darrell Clarke propose a new demolition fund for blighted properties funded by a $15 fee on property sales; Mark Squilla legalizes encroachments from planters and bike racks for the new "sneckdown" treatment at 12th and Morris; and Reynolds Brown and Clarke respond to the confederate sticker on the squad car story with a bill banning offensive messages on city-owned property.


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  • Jon Geeting
    published this page in Blog 2017-10-17 12:04:58 -0400