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Meeting Name: CITY COUNCIL Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 11/14/2019 10:00 AM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Room 400
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160002 0  COMMUNICATION 1 1 2 COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA 3 STATED MEETING 4 5 6 Academy of Music Broad and Locust Streets 7 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Monday, January 4, 2016 8 10:00 a.m. 9 10 PRESENT: COUNCIL PRESIDENT DARRELL L. CLARKE 11 COUNCILWOMAN CINDY BASS COUNCILWOMAN JANNIE L. BLACKWELL 12 COUNCILMAN ALLAN DOMB COUNCILMAN DEREK S. GREEN 13 COUNCILMAN WILLIAM K. GREENLEE COUNCILWOMAN HELEN GYM 14 COUNCILMAN BOBBY HENON COUNCILMAN KENYATTA JOHNSON 15 COUNCILMAN CURTIS JONES, JR. COUNCILMAN DAVID OH 16 COUNCILMAN BRIAN J. O'NE    Not available Not available
160197 0  COMMUNICATIONCITY OF PHILADELPHIA MAYOR'S OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS For Immediate Release: March 3, 2016 Contact: Lauren Hitt, lauren.hitt@phila.gov, 215-686-6210 ***EMBARGOED UNTIL DELIVERY*** Mayor Delivers Budget Address to City Council PHILADELPHIA - Mayor Jim Kenney delivered his first budget address to City Council on Thursday morning. The Mayor began by outlining several budget priorities that resulted from collaboration between the Kenney Administration and City Councilmembers, including the citywide expansion of the Community Life Improvement Program (CLIP) and funding for Vision Zero initiatives. The Mayor then discussed his plan to expand quality pre-k, create 25 community schools, inject $26 million into the pension fund, improve City buildings' energy-efficiency, and invest $350 million in neighborhoods parks, recreation centers and libraries through a three cent sugary drink tax. Throughout the address, the Mayor spoke of the importance of investing in policies that would change the status quo and tackle the issues that have long held Philadelphia back, including it    Not available Not available
160860 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a message advising Council that Bill Nos. 160015-A, 160277, 160465, 160466, 160525-A and 160681, which were passed by Council on September 15, 2016, were signed by the Mayor on September 27, 2016.    Not available Not available
160861 0  COMMUNICATIONSeptember 27, 2016 TO THE PRESIDENT AND MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: Pursuant to Sections 4-604 and 2-307 of the Home Rule Charter, I am today transmitting to the Council the recommendation of the City Planning Commission on the following bills: Bill No. 160710 (Additional 45 Days Requested) Bill No. 160711 Bill No. 160715 Bill No. 160716 Bill No. 160717 Bill No. 160718 (Not Recommended for Approval)    Not available Not available
160862 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a bill amending Title 4 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled 'The Philadelphia Building Construction and Occupancy Code,' by amending Subcode 'A' ('The Philadelphia Adminsitrative Code') and Sbucode 'B' ('the Philadelphia Building Code') to add and revise certain provisions relating to the demoltion of buildings and structures, all under certain terms and conditions."    Not available Not available
161055 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a bill authorizing the Commissioner of Public Property to execute and deliver to the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority, without consideration, deeds conveying conditional fee simple title to certain city-owned lots or pieces of ground with the buildings and improvements thereon, situate in the Nineteenth and Twenty-third Wards of the City of Philadelphia, pursuant to Chapter 16-400 of The Philadelphia Code and authorizing the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority to dispose of such properties for rehabilitation and/or improvements in accordance with terms of Chapter l6-400 of The Philadelphia Code.    Not available Not available
161123 0  COMMUNICATIONDecember 7, 2016 TO THE PRESIDENT AND MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: Pursuant to Sections 4-604 and 2-307 of the Home Rule Charter, I am today transmitting to the Council the recommendation of the City Planning Commission on the following bills: Bill No. 160999 Bill No. 161000 Bill No. 161005 Bill No. 161008    Not available Not available
170240 0  COMMUNICATIONMAYOR'S OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS For Immediate Release: March 3, 2016 Contact: Lauren Hitt, lauren.hitt@phila.gov, 215-686-6210 ***EMBARGOED UNTIL DELIVERY*** Mayor Delivers Budget Address to City Council PHILADELPHIA - Mayor Jim Kenney delivered his first budget address to City Council on Thursday morning. The Mayor began by outlining several budget priorities that resulted from collaboration between the Kenney Administration and City Councilmembers, including the citywide expansion of the Community Life Improvement Program (CLIP) and funding for Vision Zero initiatives. The Mayor then discussed his plan to expand quality pre-k, create 25 community schools, inject $26 million into the pension fund, improve City buildings' energy-efficiency, and invest $350 million in neighborhoods parks, recreation centers and libraries through a three cent sugary drink tax. Throughout the address, the Mayor spoke of the importance of investing in policies that would change the status quo and tackle the issues that have long held Philadelphia back, including its struggling education    Not available Not available
170538 0  COMMUNICATIONMay 18, 2017 TO THEPRESIDENT AND THE MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: I am returning herewith as requested by your Resolution adopted May 18, 2017, Bill No. 170265 "An Ordinance amending the Philadelphia Zoning Maps by changing the zoning designations of crtain areas of land located within an area bounded by devereaux Avenue (extended), Keystone Street, Princeton Avenue, Keystone Street, Cottman Avenue (extended), Milnor Street, Bleigh Avenue 9extended), and the Delaware River," for the purpose of reconsideration by the Council of the vote by which said bill passed Council. Respectfully, James F. Kenney Mayor    Not available Not available
171073 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a message advising Council that Bill Nos. 170714, 170717, 170726, 170803 and 170818, which were passed by Council on November 16, 2017, were signed by the Mayor on November 27, 2017.    Not available Not available
171074 0  COMMUNICATIONNovember 27, 2017 TO THE PRESIDENT AND MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: Pursuant to Sections 4-604 and 2-307 of the Home Rule Charter, I ma today transmitting to the Council the recommendation of the City Planning Commission on the following bills: Bill No. 170961 Bill No. 170924 Bill No. 170672 (Not Recommended for Approval) Bill No. 170959 (Not Recommended for Approval) Bill No. 170821 Bill No. 170960 (Not Recommended for Approval) Bill No. 170902 (Not Recommended for Approval) Respectfully submitted, James F. Kenney Mayor    Not available Not available
180161 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a bill amending Section 2 of an Ordinance (Bill No. 140902) approved March 4, 2015, entitled "An Ordinance Authorizing the revision of lines and grades on a portion of City Plan Nos. 224 and 232 by striking from the City Plan and vacating Cayuga Street from Whitaker Avenue to its terminus eastwardly therefrom and reserving and placing on the City Plan a right-of-way for sewer and drainage purposes within the lines of Cayuga Street being stricken and authorizing acceptance of the grant to the City of the said right of way, under certain terms and conditions," by extending the period for compliance with the terms and conditions stated therein, accompanied by an explanatory letter from the Streets Commissioner.    Not available Not available
180638 0  COMMUNICATIONJune 6, 2018 TO THE PRESIDENT AND MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: I am returning herewith, as requested by your Resolution adopted to day, Bill No. 180290, entitled "Authorizing the paving of the relocated southeasterly local service roadway of Penrose Avenue from Twenty Sixth Street to a point approximately one thousand three hundred twenty-three feet southwestwardly therefrom, under certain terms and conditions," for the purpose of reconsideration by the Council of the vote by which said bill passed Council. Respectfully, James F. Kenney Mayor    Not available Not available
180838 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a message advising Council that Bill No. 180555 and 180603, which were passed by Council on September 13, 2018, were signed by the Mayor on September 19, 2018.    Not available Not available
181120 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a message advising Council that Bill Nos. 180975, which was passed by Council on December 6, 2018, were signed by the Mayor on December 7, 2018.    Not available Not available
181121 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a message advising Council that Bill Nos. 180008-A, 180601, 180604, 180646, 180647, 180694, 180695, 180730, 180731, 180733, 180734, 180735, 180743, 180747, 180749, 180841, 180866, 180867, 180868, 180869, 180871, 180872, 180890, 180891, 180907, 180908, 180946, 180947, 180952, 180956, 180965, and 180974, which were passed by Council on November 29, 2018, were signed by the Mayor on December 11, 2018.    Not available Not available
181122 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a message advising Council that Bill Nos. 180741, 180951 and Bill No. 180978, which were passed by Council on December 6, 2018, were signed by the Mayor on December 11, 2018.    Not available Not available
181124 0  COMMUNICATIONDecember 11, 2018 TO THE PRESIDENT AND MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: Pursuant to Sections 4-604 and 2-307 of the Home Rule Charter, I am today transmitting to the Council the recommendation of the City Planning Commission o the following bills: Bill No. 181044 Bill No. 180970 Bill No. 180743 Bill No. 180971 Bill No. 180751 (Not recommended for approval) Bill No. 180973 Bill No. 180842 (Not recommended for approval) Bill No. 180977 (45 days as requested) Bill No. 180844 Bill No. 180979 (Not recommended for approval) Bill No. 180905 Bill No. 180996 Bill No. 180911 Bill No. 180998 (Not recommended for approval) Bill No. 180948 Bill No. 180999 Bill No. 180951 Bill No. 181000 Bill No. 180954 Bill No. 181003 (Not recommended for approval) Bill No. 180966 Bill No. 181005 Bill No. 181048 (Not recommended for approval) Respectfully Submitted, James F. Kenney Mayor    Not available Not available
181123 0  COMMUNICATIONDecember 11, 2018 TO THE PRESIDENT AND MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: Pursuant to Sections 4-604 and 2-307 of the Home Rule Charter, I am today transmitting to the Council the recommendation of the City Planning Commission o the following bills: Bill No. 181044 Respectfully Submitted, James F. Kenney Mayor    Not available Not available
190005 0  BillAmending Chapter 16-700 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Philadelphia Land Bank,” to amend standards for the acquisition and disposition of vacant and underutilized property; and to further provide for certain powers, duties, and responsibilities of the Philadelphia Land Bank; all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190059 0  BillProviding for the submission to the qualified electors of the City of Philadelphia of the proposal set forth in a Resolution approved by Council proposing an amendment to The Philadelphia Home Rule Charter relating to the operating budget and providing for a mandatory minimum staffing level for building and code inspectors within the Department of Licenses and Inspections; and authorizing the appropriate officers to publish notice and to make arrangements for the special election; all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190060 0  BillProviding for the submission to the qualified electors of the City of Philadelphia of the proposal set forth in a Resolution approved by Council proposing an amendment to The Philadelphia Home Rule Charter relating to the Department of Licenses and Inspections and providing for the creation of a Contractor Review Board within the Department of Licenses and Inspections; and authorizing the appropriate officers to publish notice and to make arrangements for the special election; all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190069 0  ResolutionProposing an amendment to the Philadelphia Home Rule Charter providing for the creation of a Contractor Review Board within the Department of Licenses and Inspections; and providing for the submission of the amendment to the electors of Philadelphia.    Not available Not available
190156 0  BillAmending Title 9 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Regulation of Businesses, Trades, and Professions” by adding a new Chapter entitled “Fair Chance Housing,” prohibiting the use of the criminal history by landlords within the City of Philadelphia, all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190157 0  BillAmending Chapter 16-400 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Vacant and Surplus Properties,” by requiring affordable housing for certain dispositions; all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190158 0  BillAmending Chapter 9-3900 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Property Licenses and Owner Accountability,” to require all Rental Listing Services to record and report Rental License information for each Rental Unit listing located within the City of Philadelphia, under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190159 0  BillAmending Chapter 9-3900 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Property Licenses and Owner Accountability,” by adding and amending certain definitions; authorizing the establishment of the Low-Income Tenant Legal Defense Fund; and requiring certain documents in actions for eviction or collection of rents, all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190160 0  BillAmending Chapter 19-2600 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Business Income and Receipts Taxes,” by adding provisions intended to preserve and expand the provision of affordable rental housing to Philadelphia residents, including, but not limited to, excluding from the definition of “receipts” a portion of the rent received by a landlord for the rental of certain affordable housing units, and excluding certain of the net income attributable to such excluded receipts from the definition of “net income,” all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190278 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a message advising Council that Bill Nos. 180864 and 190062, which were passed by Council March 21, 2019, were signed by the Mayor on April 2, 2019.    Not available Not available
190279 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a resolution authorizing the Philadelphia Land Bank to dispose of 2831 W. Harold Street located in the Fifth Councilmanic District in accordance with the terms of Chapter 16-700 of The Philadelphia Code.    Not available Not available
190302 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a message advising Council that Bill Nos. 180938, 180944, 180945, 180967, 181061, 181100, 181102, 190061, 190081, 190082, 190084 and 190161, which were passed by Council on March 28, 2019, were signed by the Mayor on April 10, 2019.    Not available Not available
190303 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a bill authorizing the Commissioner of Public Property, on behalf of the City of Philadelphia, to enter into a sublease agreement with The Philadelphia Municipal Authority, for use by the City, of a portion of the premises located at 804 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by the City, all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190637 0  BillAuthorizing the Commissioner of Public Property, on behalf of the City, to acquire fee simple title or a lesser interest, by purchase, dedication, donation, condemnation, agreement in lieu of condemnation or otherwise, in Sayre Morris Recreation Center located 5800 Walnut Street for public recreational or other purposes, under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190644 0  BillAmending Chapter 12-2700 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Permit Parking Districts,” by changing certain boundaries and establishing new permit parking districts, all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190645 0  BillAuthorizing James Herman, DBA KFN Holdings LLC, to construct, own, and maintain a proposed exterior stairway at 1248-50 North Front Street, Philadelphia, PA 19122, all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190649 0  BillAuthorizing transfers in appropriations for Fiscal Year 2020 from the Grants Revenue Fund, the Director of Finance - Provision for Other Grants to the General Fund, the Director of Finance - Contribution to School District.    Not available Not available
190650 0  BillAuthorizing transfers in appropriations for Fiscal Year 2020 from the Grants Revenue Fund, the Director of Finance - Provision for Other Grants to the General Fund, the Director of Commerce.    Not available Not available
190652 0  BillEstablishing no truck parking and tow-away regulations on McNulty Road from Townsend Road to its terminus further northeastwardly therefrom.    Not available Not available
190653 0  BillEstablishing no truck parking and tow-away regulations on McNulty Road.    Not available Not available
190654 0  BillAmending Title 4 of The Philadelphia Code (The Philadelphia Building Construction and Occupancy Code), Subcode A (The Philadelphia Administrative Code), by increasing the fine for conducting certain construction related activities without a permit, under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190661 0  BillAmending Title 21 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Miscellaneous,” by adding a new Chapter 21-3100, entitled “Voting Machine Languages Requirement;” all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190687 0  COMMUNICATIONTo the President and the Membrs of the Council of the City of Philadelphia: I am returning herewith as requested by your Resolution adopted September 12, 2019, Bill No. 190431: “An Ordinance authorizing the Bond Committee to sell bonds at public or private negotiated sale, to provide funds toward various capital municipal purposes; providing for appropriations to the Sinking Fund Commission for the payment of such bonds; authorizing agreements to provide credit or payment of liquidity sources for the bonds in connection with issuance of the bonds, and certain other actions; providing for obtaining the consent of the electors to increasing the indebtedness of the City; and fixing a day and providing for arrangements for holding the election for obtaining such consent,” for the purpose of reconsideration by the Council of the vote by which said bill passed Council. Respectfully, James F. Kenney Mayor    Not available Not available
190688 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a message advising Council that Bill Nos 190229, 190358, 190432, 190433, 190439, 190440, 190441, 190442 and 190461, which were passed by Council on June 20, 2019, was signed by the Mayor on June 26, 2019.    Not available Not available
190689 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a message advising Council that Bill Nos 181004, 190182, 190185, 190206, 190207, 190208, 190290, 190310, 190355, 190363, 190445 and 190463, which were passed by Council on June 13, 2019, was signed by the Mayor on June 26, 2019.    Not available Not available
190692 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a message advising Council that Bill Nos 190181, 190250, 190256, 190312, 190313, 190356, and 190361, which were passed by Council on June 20, 2019, was signed by the Mayor on July 17, 2019.    Not available Not available
190693 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a message advising Council that Bill Nos 190098, 190119, 190211, 190252, 190287, 190288, 190304, 190307, 190309, 190320, 190321, 190354, 190364, 190365, 190379, 190381, 190405, 190410, 190411, 190434, 190450, 190453, 190456 and, 190465, which were passed by Council on June 13, 2019, was signed by the Mayor on July 17, 2019.    Not available Not available
190694 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a message advising Council that Bill Nos. 190253, 190305, 190306, 190360, 190362, 190380, 190383, 190384, 190385, 190407, 190408, 190409, 190415, 190435, 190437, 190443, 190444-A, 190447, 190448, 190455, 190457-A and, 190462-A, which were passed by Council on June 20, 2019, was signed by the Mayor on July 24, 2019..    Not available Not available
190695 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a message advising Council that Bill No. 190378 and 190412, which were passed by Council on June 20, 2019, was signed by the Mayor on August 14, 2019.    Not available Not available
190696 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a message advising Council that Bill No. 190458-A, which was passed by Council on June 20, 2019, was signed by the Mayor on September 11, 2019.    Not available Not available
190697 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a message advising Council that Bill No. 190289, which was passed by Council on June 13, 2019, were signed by the Mayor on September 11, 2019.    Not available Not available
190708 0  BillEstablishing a neighborhood improvement district, to be known as the North Broad Business Improvement District (“District”), in an area that generally includes both sides of North Broad Street from the north side of Spring Garden Street to the south side of Indiana Avenue, beginning with 600 North Broad Street and continuing to 2932 North Broad Street, and certain blocks of streets that intersect portions of these streets; designating North Broad Renaissance (the legal name of which is Avenue North Renaissance, Inc.), which has organized itself as a Pennsylvania non-profit corporation, as the Neighborhood Improvement District Management Association for the District; approving a plan for and report concerning the District; authorizing the Director of Commerce, on behalf of the City, to execute an agreement with North Broad Renaissance relating to the District; and authorizing North Broad Renaissance to assess property owners within the District a special property assessment fee to be used in accordance with the approved plan; all in accordance with the provisions of the Community and     Not available Not available
190824 0  BillRenaming and designating the property commonly referred to as Mill Creek Park, located at 4615 Fairmount Avenue, as the “Lucien E. Blackwell Park” in the City of Philadelphia.    Not available Not available
190825 0  BillTo amend the Philadelphia Zoning Maps by changing the zoning designations of certain areas of land located within an area bounded by Sloan Street, Baring Street, State Street, and Powelton Avenue.    Not available Not available
190826 0  BillAmending Section 9-205 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Sidewalk Sales,” by prohibiting vending on Market Street between 33rd and 34th Streets; all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190827 0  BillAuthorizing the Commissioner of Public Property, on behalf of the City of Philadelphia, to convey to the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority all or a portion of a parcel or parcels of land in and about the area bounded by West Thompson Street, North Orianna Street, West Girard Avenue and North 4th Street, for further conveyance, under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190828 0  BillAmending Title 9 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Regulation of Businesses, Trades and Professions,” to require certain businesses to implement and enforce shopping cart containment systems, under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190829 0  BillAuthorizing the Commissioner of Public Property and the Parks and Recreation Commissioner, on behalf of the City of Philadelphia, to lease from the School District of Philadelphia certain land and improvements known as a portion of South Philadelphia High School, owned by the School District of Philadelphia, all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190830 0  BillAmending Title 14 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Zoning and Planning,” to revise certain provisions of Section 14-500 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled "Overlay Zoning Districts," by modifying the /CTR, Center City Overlay District, Society Hill Area to create additional standards concerning height, parking, signs, and special reviews, and making related changes, all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190831 0  ResolutionRecognizing and Honoring Kenneth Woodson on his years of service to the Philadelphia Zoo and congratulating him on his retirement.    Not available Not available
190832 0  ResolutionRecognizing and Honoring David Shaw for all the work he has done for the Blind and Disabled Community.    Not available Not available
190833 0  ResolutionCalling for the installation of a Philadelphia Historic Marker on the west end of Eakins Oval, near Ericsson Fountain on Spring Garden Street, to commemorate the 100th Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade, the oldest known Thanksgiving Day Parade in the Nation, on November 28, 2019.    Not available Not available
190834 0  ResolutionRecognizing and honoring Aaron McKie as he begins his first season as Head Coach of Temple University’s Men’s Basketball Team.    Not available Not available
190835 0  ResolutionAuthorizing the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority to dispose of certain properties located in the Second Councilmanic District, which will be transferred by the City to the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority, by conveyance of such properties to the Philadelphia Land Bank in accordance with the terms of Chapter 16-700 of The Philadelphia Code.    Not available Not available
190836 0  ResolutionAuthorizing the Philadelphia Land Bank to dispose of certain properties located in the Second Councilmanic District in accordance with the terms of Chapter 16-700 of The Philadelphia Code.    Not available Not available
190837 0  ResolutionRecognizing November 7, 2019, as ADHD Awareness Day and honoring the work of Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (“CHADD”) and its Philadelphia affiliate for its work to support families raising children with ADHD.    Not available Not available
190838 0  ResolutionCalling for the creation of a Domestic Workers Standards and Implementation Task Force and appointing a (9) Person Task Force to consider, analyze, make recommendations to City Council’s Committee of Law and Government and the Mayor’s Office of Labor, for the City on the legal protections, benefits, and working conditions for domestic workers.    Not available Not available
190839 0  ResolutionCalling on the General Assembly to adopt House Bill 590, which amends the Public School Code to add curriculum requirements for Health classes across Pennsylvania to educate students in an age-appropriate manner about mental health, physical disabilities, and developmental disabilities.    Not available Not available
190840 0  ResolutionHonoring the tenth anniversary of the Pennsylvania Innocence Project, a leading criminal justice reform organization dedicated to securing freedom for the unjustly imprisoned, preventing wrongful convictions and aiding exonerees’ transition to restoration.    Not available Not available
190841 0  ResolutionUrging the United States of America’s federal government to enter the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, which calls for the abolition of nuclear weapons among all United Nations member states, to prevent the threat of nuclear war and devastating humanitarian consequences to Philadelphia and our international neighbors.    Not available Not available
190848 0  BillAmending Chapter 19-3200 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Keystone Opportunity Zone, Economic Development District, and Strategic Development Area,” to provide for additional extensions of certain benefits, under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190849 0  BillAuthorizing Neal and Linda Pakvina, owners and operators of the newsstand, Linda Cart, located at corner of 43rd Street and Woodland Avenue, to construct, use, and maintain conduits in, under, and across the corner of 43rd Street and Woodland Avenue for the purpose of supplying electrical service to said newsstand, under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190850 0  BillAuthorizing the Office of the City Treasurer, on behalf of the City, to enter into one or more agreements with FIS AvantGard LLC, for the installation and maintenance of an information management system for use by the Treasurer’s Office, all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190851 0  BillAuthorizing Steven Cook (“Owner”) to install, own, and maintain an open-air sidewalk café at 1301-05 North Howard Street, Philadelphia, PA 19122 (“Property”), all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190852 0  BillEstablishing a no truck parking regulation on both sides of Sheffield Avenue, from Walker Street to Cottage Street.    Not available Not available
190853 0  BillApproving the eighth amendment of the redevelopment proposal for the Point Breeze Urban Renewal Area, being the area generally bounded by Washington avenue, S. Twenty-fifth street, Reed street, the rear property lines of the 1400 and 1500 blocks of S. Taylor street, Tasker street, S. 25th street, Moore street and S. Broad street, including the eighth amendment to the urban renewal plan, which provides, inter alia, for changes that would make it consistent with the Point Breeze Redevelopment Area Plan and generally consistent with the most recent Comprehensive Plan approved by the City Planning Commission of the City of Philadelphia.    Not available Not available
190854 0  BillAmending Bill No. 190152 (approved June 19, 2019), entitled “An Ordinance to adopt a Capital Program for the six Fiscal Years 2020-2025 inclusive.”    Not available Not available
190855 0  BillAmending Bill No. 190153 (approved June 19, 2019), entitled “An Ordinance to adopt a Fiscal 2020 Capital Budget.”    Not available Not available
190856 0  BillAuthorizing transfers in appropriations for Fiscal Year 2020 from the General Fund, certain or all City offices, departments, boards and commissions, the Grants Revenue Fund, certain or all City offices, departments, boards and commissions, to the General Fund, certain or all City offices, departments, boards and commissions, the Water Fund, certain or all City offices, departments, boards and commissions, the Special Gasoline Tax Fund, certain or all City offices, departments, boards and commissions, and the Aviation Fund, certain or all City offices, departments, boards and commissions.    Not available Not available
190857 0  BillAuthorizing transfers in appropriations for Fiscal Year 2019 from the General Fund from certain or all City offices, departments, boards and commissions, the Grants Revenue Fund from certain or all City offices, departments, boards and commissions, the Aviation Fund from certain or all City offices, departments, boards and commissions, and the Water Fund from certain or all City offices, departments, boards and commissions, to the General Fund to certain or all City offices, departments, boards and commissions, the Aviation Fund to certain or all City offices, departments, boards and commissions and the Water Residual Fund from certain or all City offices, departments, boards and commissions.    Not available Not available
190858 0  BillRegulating the direction of movement of traffic on certain portions of Ruth Street, all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190859 0  BillAmending Title 14 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Zoning and Planning,” to revise certain provisions of Chapter 14-702, entitled “Floor Area, Height, and Housing Unit Density Bonuses,” by amending the provisions for Mixed Income Housing; all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190860 0  BillAmending Title 7 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Housing Code,” by adding a new Chapter 7-200, entitled “Preservation of Affordable Housing;” all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190861 0  BillProviding for the submission to the qualified electors of the City of Philadelphia a proposal set forth in a Resolution approved by Council of an amendment to the Philadelphia Home Rule Charter to revise and clarify the restrictions on City officials and employees with respect to political activities.    Not available Not available
190862 0  BillAuthorizing the Commissioner of Public Property, on behalf of the City of Philadelphia, to enter into a lease agreement with Mount Airy Bethesda Manor CDC, for use by the City of all or a portion of the premises located at 7800 Ogontz Avenue, under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190863 0  BillAmending Title 6 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Health Code,” to require the distribution of certain educational material related to opioid prescriptions and substance use disorder treatment, all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190864 0  BillAmending Title 6 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Health Code,” by amending Chapter 6-200, entitled “Preventive Medicine,” to require the reporting of information related to substance use treatment, drug overdose treatment, and related information, to the Department of Public Health, all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190865 0  BillAuthorizing transfers in appropriations for Fiscal Year 2020 from the Grants Revenue Fund, the Director of Finance - Provision for Other Grants to the General Fund, the Managing Director.    Not available Not available
190866 0  BillAmending Subcode A of Title 4 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled "The Philadelphia Administrative Code," and Title 14 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Zoning and Planning,” to revise certain provisions concerning building permits in the /NCO, Neighborhood Conservation Overlay District, and making related changes, all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190867 0  BillRegulating the direction of movement of traffic on certain portions of Elkhart Street, all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190868 0  BillEstablishing parking regulations in the vicinity of Jasper Street and E. Clearfield Street, all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190869 0  ResolutionRecognizing the Launch of the Inaugural Philadelphia Public School Homecoming Weekend Celebrating Alumni of the School District of Philadelphia.    Not available Not available
190870 0  ResolutionHonoring and recognizing Jeffrey D. Knueppel on the occasion of his retirement as the tenth general manager of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority    Not available Not available
190871 0  ResolutionRecognizing November 19, 2019, as Transportation Security Administration Appreciation Day in the City of Philadelphia.    Not available Not available
190872 0  ResolutionRecognizing and honoring Philadelphia Firefighter Joseph Rippert for his consistent bravery and courage, and for earning the “Firefighter of the Year” Award.    Not available Not available
190873 0  ResolutionRecognizing and Honoring Interact on the Occasion of the Organization’s 50th Anniversary.    Not available Not available
190874 0  ResolutionProposing an amendment to the Philadelphia Home Rule Charter to revise and clarify the restrictions on City officials and employees with respect to political activities; and providing for the submission of the amendment to the electors of Philadelphia.    Not available Not available
190875 0  ResolutionHonoring and congratulating Patrick O’Donnell on the occasion of his retirement following 35 years of loyal and dedicated service to the City of Philadelphia and its citizens.    Not available Not available
190704 1  BillTo amend the Philadelphia Zoning Maps by changing the zoning designations of certain areas of land located within an area bounded by Chestnut Street, 30th Street, Walnut Street, and 31st Lower Level Street.    Not available Not available
190717 0  BillContinuing the Philadelphia Hospitality Improvement Levy District (the “District”), a business improvement district encompassing certain existing and future hotel properties within the boundaries of the City of Philadelphia (the “City”), and continuing the Philadelphia Hospitality Improvement Levy District Corporation (“PHiL DC”) to serve as the neighborhood improvement district management association for the District; approving a new plan for the District, including a list of proposed programs and services related to the development and promotion of the hotel and tourism industry in the City and County of Philadelphia and their estimated cost; providing for special assessment fees to be levied on eligible hotel property owners within the District to fund such programs and services; authorizing the Director of Commerce, on behalf of the City, to execute an agreement with PHiL DC relating to the District; and reauthorizing PHiL DC to assess eligible property owners within the District and collect or cause to be collected special assessment fees to be used in accordance with the approv    Not available Not available
190386 1  BillAmending Chapter 9-800 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Landlord and Tenant,” by adding a new Section 9-808, entitled “Legal Representation in Landlord Tenant Court,” providing for access to free legal representation to the City of Philadelphia’s low-income residents facing eviction in Landlord Tenant Court; under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190607 1  BillAmending Chapter 9-1100 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Fair Practices Ordinance: Protections Against Unlawful Discrimination,” amending Chapter 9-4100, entitled “Promoting Healthy Families and Workplaces,” and adding a new Chapter, entitled “Protections for Domestic Workers,” all to provide protections for domestic workers and to establish remedial and enforcement provisions, all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190786 1  BillAmending Chapter 17-1400 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Non-Competitively Bid Contracts; Financial Assistance,” by making revisions to definitions; to contract and reporting requirements; to exceptions; and to enforcement provisions; and making related changes to Section 20-613 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Ethics-Related Matters Incorporated as Part of this Chapter”; all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190787 0  BillAmending Chapter 17-1400 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Non-Competitively Bid Contracts; Financial Assistance,” to provide for regulations and for special provisions for certain small-dollar contracts, under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190080 0  BillEstablishing a no truck parking regulation on both sides of Milnor Street, from Duncan Street to Orthodox Street.    Not available Not available
190308 0  BillAuthorizing the revision of lines and grades on a portion of City Plan No. 307 by striking from the City Plan and vacating the southerly twenty feet wide portion of Vine Street from Seventeenth Street to Eighteenth Street, under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190446 0  BillEstablishing a no truck parking regulation on both sides of Ryan Avenue, from Leon Street to Crispin Street.    Not available Not available
190452 0  BillAuthorizing the revision of lines and grades on a portion of City Plan No. 44-S by relocating the southeasterly houseline and curbline of Tenth Street, from Packer Avenue to a point southwestwardly therefrom and relocating the northwesterly houseline and curbline of Darien Street, from Packer Avenue to a point southwestwardly therefrom, thereby widening said Tenth Street and said Darien Street, all under certain terms and conditions, including the dedication to the City of the bed of the widened portions of Tenth Street and Darien Street being placed on the City Plan.    Not available Not available
190764 0  BillEstablishing parking regulations in the vicinity of: N. Bouvier street and Master street; N. Bouvier street and Oxford street; Francis street and Ridge avenue; Folsom street and N. 27th street.    Not available Not available
190782 1  BillAmending Section 9-205 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Sidewalk Sales,” by prohibiting vending along certain portions of Spring Garden Street, all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190801 0  BillAuthorizing the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia (“Owner”) to own and maintain existing pedestrian-scale street lights at 4514-22 Woodland Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19143 (“Property”), all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190802 0  BillEstablishing parking regulations in the vicinity of: Mount Vernon street and N. 32nd street; N. 42nd street and Baring street.    Not available Not available
190803 0  BillEstablishing parking regulations in the vicinity of: Salford street and Chestnut street; Ludlow street and S. 51st street; Chestnut street and S. 61st street; Sansom street and S. 51st street; Irving street and S. 52nd street.    Not available Not available
190805 0  BillAmending Chapter 12-2700 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Permit Parking Districts,” by establishment of district 39, all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190806 1  BillEstablishing a no truck parking regulation on the 1500 block of E. Wingohocking Street, 1600 block of E. Wingohocking Street, 1500 block E. Bristol Street, 1500 block of E. Cayuga Street, 4300 block of “O” Street, 4300 block of Castor Avenue, on both sides of the street.    Not available Not available
190106 1  BillAmending Chapter 3 of Subcode PM (“The Philadelphia Property Maintenance Code”) of Title 4 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “General Requirements,” to add provisions relating to bed bug infestation; adding Chapter 9-4500 of the Code, entitled “Responsibilities Concerning Bed Bug Infestations,” to establish various requirements for landlords and tenants relating to bed bug infestation and to establish requirements related to bed bugs in connection with certain residential occupancies and the sale of residential property; all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190610 1  BillAmending Title 9 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Regulation of Businesses, Trades and Professions,” by adding a new Chapter 9-4500, entitled “Prohibition on Use of Certain Bags and Checkout Bag Charge,” to permit the use of only certain bags by retail establishments at the point of sale or for a delivery; and establishing a charge, payable by the consumer to the establishment, for the provision of other types of bags; all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190767 1  BillAmending Subcode A of Title 4 of The Philadelphia Code (The Philadelphia Administrative Code), to further provide for timelines and administrative fees in connection with various permit applications; and to establish a special surcharge in connection with accelerated permit reviews; all under terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190785 1  BillAmending Subcode A of Title 4 of The Philadelphia Code (The Philadelphia Administrative Code), to provide for fees for solar panel projects; all under terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
160727 0  ResolutionCalling for the City Council Committee on Education to hold hearings on expanding the Career and Technical Education Program in the Philadelphia School District that would give students job ready skills upon graduating from high school, and provide alternatives for those seeking to work after high school.    Not available Not available
180409 0  ResolutionCalling on Comcast Spectacor to reconsider its naming rights agreement with Wells Fargo based on its history of unethical banking practices.    Not available Not available
180669 0  ResolutionHonoring and recognizing Dr. Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander, Esq., and calling for the creation and erection of a statue to commemorate her accomplishments and contributions to Philadelphia and beyond.    Not available Not available
190027 0  ResolutionCalling for the creation of an Opportunity Zone Oversight Committee.    Not available Not available
190797 0  ResolutionAlso naming the 200 block of West Coulter Street as “Reverend Dr. Alyn E. Waller Way,” in honor of Reverend Dr. Alyn E. Waller, and in commemoration of his life-long and dedicated service to the citizens of Philadelphia.    Not available Not available
190467-A 1  BillAmending Section 12-2809 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Civil Penalties and Costs,” by amending penalties for certain parking, standing or stopping violations.    Not available Not available
160720 1  BillAmending Title 9 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled "Regulation of Businesses, Trades and Professions," to add a new chapter limiting the use of a restrictive covenant or usage restriction that prohibits a purchaser of property from using the property as a grocery store, all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
170675 0  BillTo amend the Philadelphia Zoning Maps by changing the zoning designations of certain areas of land located within an area bounded by Woodbine Avenue, Upland Way, 59th Street, Lancaster Avenue, and 62nd Street.    Not available Not available
180457 1  BillAmending Chapter 9-600 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled "Service and Other Businesses," to add a new Section 9-637, entitled "Sale of Flavored Tobacco Products," prohibiting offering for sale and selling certain tobacco products other than cigarettes with characterizing flavors and fixing penalties; all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190639 0  BillEstablishing a four-way stop on the intersection of 53rd and Woodland Streets.    Not available Not available
190641 0  BillEstablishing a four-way stop on the intersection of 49th and Walton Streets.    Not available Not available
190600 1  BillAmending Chapter 9-3400 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Energy Conservation,” to add a new Section 9-3403, entitled “Building Energy Performance Policy,” to require owners of certain large buildings to conduct tune-ups of the energy and water systems in such buildings, under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190636 1  BillAmending Section 3-207 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Sale of Fuel Oil,” to revise the standards for permissible grades and permissible sulfur content of commercial fuel oil, under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190601 1  BillAmending Title 14 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Zoning and Planning,” to revise certain provisions of Chapter 14-200, entitled “Definitions” and Chapter 14-600, entitled “Use Regulations,” by creating the use category “Smoking Lounge” and related changes; all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190659 0  BillEstablishing a neighborhood improvement district, to be known as the Fishtown Kensington Area Business Improvement District (“District”), in an area that generally includes both sides of Frankford Avenue from the west side of Delaware Avenue to the southwest side of Lehigh Avenue, both sides of North Front Street from the north side of Poplar Street to the south side of Montgomery Street, both sides of East Girard Avenue from Frankford Avenue continuing to the west side of East Fletcher Street, the north side of West Girard Avenue from Frankford Avenue to Front Street, and the south side of West Girard Avenue from Frankford Avenue to Howard Street, and certain blocks of streets that intersect portions of these streets; designating the Fishtown Kensington Area Business Improvement District, Inc., which has organized itself as a Pennsylvania non-profit corporation, as the Neighborhood Improvement District Management Association for the District; approving a plan for and report concerning the District; authorizing the Director of Commerce, on behalf of the City, to execute an agreement     Not available Not available
190704 1  BillTo amend the Philadelphia Zoning Maps by changing the zoning designations of certain areas of land located within an area bounded by Chestnut Street, 30th Street, Walnut Street, and 31st Lower Level Street.    Not available Not available
190717 0  BillContinuing the Philadelphia Hospitality Improvement Levy District (the “District”), a business improvement district encompassing certain existing and future hotel properties within the boundaries of the City of Philadelphia (the “City”), and continuing the Philadelphia Hospitality Improvement Levy District Corporation (“PHiL DC”) to serve as the neighborhood improvement district management association for the District; approving a new plan for the District, including a list of proposed programs and services related to the development and promotion of the hotel and tourism industry in the City and County of Philadelphia and their estimated cost; providing for special assessment fees to be levied on eligible hotel property owners within the District to fund such programs and services; authorizing the Director of Commerce, on behalf of the City, to execute an agreement with PHiL DC relating to the District; and reauthorizing PHiL DC to assess eligible property owners within the District and collect or cause to be collected special assessment fees to be used in accordance with the approv    Not available Not available
190106 1  BillAmending Chapter 3 of Subcode PM (“The Philadelphia Property Maintenance Code”) of Title 4 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “General Requirements,” to add provisions relating to bed bug infestation; adding Chapter 9-4500 of the Code, entitled “Responsibilities Concerning Bed Bug Infestations,” to establish various requirements for landlords and tenants relating to bed bug infestation and to establish requirements related to bed bugs in connection with certain residential occupancies and the sale of residential property; all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190610 1  BillAmending Title 9 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Regulation of Businesses, Trades and Professions,” by adding a new Chapter 9-4500, entitled “Prohibition on Use of Certain Bags and Checkout Bag Charge,” to permit the use of only certain bags by retail establishments at the point of sale or for a delivery; and establishing a charge, payable by the consumer to the establishment, for the provision of other types of bags; all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190386 1  BillAmending Chapter 9-800 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Landlord and Tenant,” by adding a new Section 9-808, entitled “Legal Representation in Landlord Tenant Court,” providing for access to free legal representation to the City of Philadelphia’s low-income residents facing eviction in Landlord Tenant Court; under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190786 1  BillAmending Chapter 17-1400 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Non-Competitively Bid Contracts; Financial Assistance,” by making revisions to definitions; to contract and reporting requirements; to exceptions; and to enforcement provisions; and making related changes to Section 20-613 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Ethics-Related Matters Incorporated as Part of this Chapter”; all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190787 0  BillAmending Chapter 17-1400 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Non-Competitively Bid Contracts; Financial Assistance,” to provide for regulations and for special provisions for certain small-dollar contracts, under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190080 0  BillEstablishing a no truck parking regulation on both sides of Milnor Street, from Duncan Street to Orthodox Street.    Not available Not available
190308 0  BillAuthorizing the revision of lines and grades on a portion of City Plan No. 307 by striking from the City Plan and vacating the southerly twenty feet wide portion of Vine Street from Seventeenth Street to Eighteenth Street, under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190446 0  BillEstablishing a no truck parking regulation on both sides of Ryan Avenue, from Leon Street to Crispin Street.    Not available Not available
190452 0  BillAuthorizing the revision of lines and grades on a portion of City Plan No. 44-S by relocating the southeasterly houseline and curbline of Tenth Street, from Packer Avenue to a point southwestwardly therefrom and relocating the northwesterly houseline and curbline of Darien Street, from Packer Avenue to a point southwestwardly therefrom, thereby widening said Tenth Street and said Darien Street, all under certain terms and conditions, including the dedication to the City of the bed of the widened portions of Tenth Street and Darien Street being placed on the City Plan.    Not available Not available
190764 0  BillEstablishing parking regulations in the vicinity of: N. Bouvier street and Master street; N. Bouvier street and Oxford street; Francis street and Ridge avenue; Folsom street and N. 27th street.    Not available Not available
190782 1  BillAmending Section 9-205 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Sidewalk Sales,” by prohibiting vending along certain portions of Spring Garden Street, all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190801 0  BillAuthorizing the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia (“Owner”) to own and maintain existing pedestrian-scale street lights at 4514-22 Woodland Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19143 (“Property”), all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190802 0  BillEstablishing parking regulations in the vicinity of: Mount Vernon street and N. 32nd street; N. 42nd street and Baring street.    Not available Not available
190803 0  BillEstablishing parking regulations in the vicinity of: Salford street and Chestnut street; Ludlow street and S. 51st street; Chestnut street and S. 61st street; Sansom street and S. 51st street; Irving street and S. 52nd street.    Not available Not available
190805 0  BillAmending Chapter 12-2700 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Permit Parking Districts,” by establishment of district 39, all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190806 1  BillEstablishing a no truck parking regulation on the 1500 block of E. Wingohocking Street, 1600 block of E. Wingohocking Street, 1500 block E. Bristol Street, 1500 block of E. Cayuga Street, 4300 block of “O” Street, 4300 block of Castor Avenue, on both sides of the street.    Not available Not available
180553 1  BillAmending Title 10 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Regulation of Individual Conduct and Activity,” by repealing certain provisions relating to temporary removal of firearms and adding a new Chapter 10-2300, entitled “Philadelphia Gun Violence Protection,” establishing procedures relating to the relinquishment or seizure of firearms from individuals who present an imminent threat of harm to the individual’s own self or others, all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
180969 0  BillAmending Chapter 10-2200 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled "Hate Crimes," to increase the scope of eligible crimes and to provide for additional penalties for criminal conduct motivated by hatred toward certain characteristics of other persons, under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190749 1  BillEstablishing the “Safe Haven Law” by amending Title 10 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Regulation of Individual Conduct and Activity,” by adding a new section prohibiting the possession of weapons at City Recreation Facilities, all under certain terms and conditions.    Not available Not available
190069 0  ResolutionProposing an amendment to the Philadelphia Home Rule Charter providing for the creation of a Contractor Review Board within the Department of Licenses and Inspections; and providing for the submission of the amendment to the electors of Philadelphia.    Not available Not available
190831 0  ResolutionRecognizing and Honoring Kenneth Woodson on his years of service to the Philadelphia Zoo and congratulating him on his retirement.    Not available Not available
190832 0  ResolutionRecognizing and Honoring David Shaw for all the work he has done for the Blind and Disabled Community.    Not available Not available
190833 0  ResolutionCalling for the installation of a Philadelphia Historic Marker on the west end of Eakins Oval, near Ericsson Fountain on Spring Garden Street, to commemorate the 100th Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade, the oldest known Thanksgiving Day Parade in the Nation, on November 28, 2019.    Not available Not available
190834 0  ResolutionRecognizing and honoring Aaron McKie as he begins his first season as Head Coach of Temple University’s Men’s Basketball Team.    Not available Not available
190835 0  ResolutionAuthorizing the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority to dispose of certain properties located in the Second Councilmanic District, which will be transferred by the City to the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority, by conveyance of such properties to the Philadelphia Land Bank in accordance with the terms of Chapter 16-700 of The Philadelphia Code.    Not available Not available
190836 0  ResolutionAuthorizing the Philadelphia Land Bank to dispose of certain properties located in the Second Councilmanic District in accordance with the terms of Chapter 16-700 of The Philadelphia Code.    Not available Not available
190837 0  ResolutionRecognizing November 7, 2019, as ADHD Awareness Day and honoring the work of Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (“CHADD”) and its Philadelphia affiliate for its work to support families raising children with ADHD.    Not available Not available
190838 0  ResolutionCalling for the creation of a Domestic Workers Standards and Implementation Task Force and appointing a (9) Person Task Force to consider, analyze, make recommendations to City Council’s Committee of Law and Government and the Mayor’s Office of Labor, for the City on the legal protections, benefits, and working conditions for domestic workers.    Not available Not available
190839 0  ResolutionCalling on the General Assembly to adopt House Bill 590, which amends the Public School Code to add curriculum requirements for Health classes across Pennsylvania to educate students in an age-appropriate manner about mental health, physical disabilities, and developmental disabilities.    Not available Not available
190840 0  ResolutionHonoring the tenth anniversary of the Pennsylvania Innocence Project, a leading criminal justice reform organization dedicated to securing freedom for the unjustly imprisoned, preventing wrongful convictions and aiding exonerees’ transition to restoration.    Not available Not available
190841 0  ResolutionUrging the United States of America’s federal government to enter the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, which calls for the abolition of nuclear weapons among all United Nations member states, to prevent the threat of nuclear war and devastating humanitarian consequences to Philadelphia and our international neighbors.    Not available Not available
190869 0  ResolutionRecognizing the Launch of the Inaugural Philadelphia Public School Homecoming Weekend Celebrating Alumni of the School District of Philadelphia.    Not available Not available
190870 0  ResolutionHonoring and recognizing Jeffrey D. Knueppel on the occasion of his retirement as the tenth general manager of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority    Not available Not available
190871 0  ResolutionRecognizing November 19, 2019, as Transportation Security Administration Appreciation Day in the City of Philadelphia.    Not available Not available
190872 0  ResolutionRecognizing and honoring Philadelphia Firefighter Joseph Rippert for his consistent bravery and courage, and for earning the “Firefighter of the Year” Award.    Not available Not available
190873 0  ResolutionRecognizing and Honoring Interact on the Occasion of the Organization’s 50th Anniversary.    Not available Not available
190874 0  ResolutionProposing an amendment to the Philadelphia Home Rule Charter to revise and clarify the restrictions on City officials and employees with respect to political activities; and providing for the submission of the amendment to the electors of Philadelphia.    Not available Not available
190875 0  ResolutionHonoring and congratulating Patrick O’Donnell on the occasion of his retirement following 35 years of loyal and dedicated service to the City of Philadelphia and its citizens.    Not available Not available