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Meeting Name: CITY COUNCIL Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 9/10/2020 10:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: This meeting will be held remotely using Microsoft® Teams. This remote session may be viewed on Xfinity Channel 64, Fios Channel 40 or http://phlcouncil.com/watch-city-council/
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200462 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a message advising Council that Bill Nos. 200297, 200299, 200300 and 200330, which were passed by Council on June 18, 2020, were signed by the Mayor on June 26, 2020.READ AND FILED   Action details Not available
200478 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a resolution approving the redevelopment contract of the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority for the redevelopment and urban renewal of a portion of the New Kensington-Fishtown Urban Renewal Area, identified by house number and street address as 2103 East Hagert street; and authorizing the Redevelopment Authority to execute the redevelopment contract with BMK Properties, LLC and to take such action as may be necessary to effectuate the redevelopment contract.READ AND FILED   Action details Not available
200477 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a resolution approving the redevelopment contract of the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority for the redevelopment and urban renewal of a portion of the New Kensington-Fishtown Urban Renewal Area, identified by house number and street address as 2514 Coral street; and authorizing the Redevelopment Authority to execute the redevelopment contract with Coral Reef LLC and to take such action as may be necessary to effectuate the redevelopment contract.READ AND FILED   Action details Not available
200476 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a resolution approving the redevelopment contract of the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority for the redevelopment and urban renewal of a portion of the New Kensington-Fishtown Urban Renewal Area, identified by house number and street address as 2451-2453 Frankford avenue; and authorizing the Redevelopment Authority to execute the redevelopment contract with BMK Properties, LLC and to take such action as may be necessary to effectuate the redevelopment contract.READ AND FILED   Action details Not available
200475 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a resolution approving the redevelopment contract of the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority for the redevelopment and urban renewal of a portion of the New Kensington-Fishtown Urban Renewal Area, identified by house number and street address as 1824 East Huntingdon street; and authorizing the Redevelopment Authority to execute the redevelopment contract with JR Complete Construction Inc. and to take such action as may be necessary to effectuate the redevelopment contract.READ AND FILED   Action details Not available
200474 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a resolution approving the redevelopment contract of the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority for the redevelopment and urban renewal of a portion of the Point Breeze Urban Renewal Area, identified by house numbers and street addresses as 1308-1314 South Capitol street, 1318 South Capitol street, 1336-1344 South Capitol street, 2025-2029 Reed street, 2031 Reed street, 2033-2035 Reed street, 2038 Reed street, 1400 South Taylor street, 1402 South Taylor street, 1410 South Taylor street, 1413 South Taylor street, 1415 South Taylor street, 1419 South Taylor street, 1421 South Taylor street, 1426 South Taylor street, 1428 South Taylor street, 1430 South Taylor street, 1440 South Taylor street and 2024 Wharton street; and authorizing the Redevelopment Authority to execute the redevelopment contract with Community Justice Land Trust and to take such action as may be necessary to effectuate the redevelopment contract.READ AND FILED   Action details Not available
200473 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a resolution authorizing the Philadelphia Land Bank to dispose of 1906 N. 24th Street located in the Fifth Councilmanic District in accordance with the terms of Chapter 16-700 of The Philadelphia Code.READ AND FILED   Action details Not available
200472 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a resolution confirming the reappointment of JoAnn A. Epps, Esq., as a member of the Board of Ethics, to serve in the term ending November 16, 2024.READ AND FILED   Action details Not available
200471 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a resolution confirming the reappointment of Michael H. Reed, Esq., as a member of the Board of Ethics, to serve in the term ending November 16, 2025.READ AND FILED   Action details Not available
200470 0  COMMUNICATIONSeptember 10, 2020 TO THE PRESIDENT AND MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: I am hereby returning without my signature Bill No. 200363, which was passed by Council at its session on June 25, 2020. The events of this summer, beginning with the tragic death of George Floyd in Minnesota this May, the appalling shooting of Jacob Blake in August, and many more devastating encounters, have laid bare the dire need for police reform both nationally and locally. This context is initially what gave rise to Bill No. 200363. Both this esteemed body and I agree that addressing residency requirements for public safety officers in our City is a crucial part of the police reform we all want to see. Some aspects of this issue are subject to the collective bargaining agreement that must be negotiated with the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP). To that end, I have committed publicly to negotiate against the residency waiver available to officers after their fifth year of service during our next contracting round with the FOP. That is also why my administration testified in READ AND FILED   Action details Not available
200469 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a message advising Council that Bill Nos. 200306 and 200346, which were passed by Council on June 25, 2020, were signed by the Mayor on September 9, 2020.READ AND FILED   Action details Not available
200468 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a message advising Council that Bill No. 200351, which was passed by Council on June 25, 2020, was signed by the Mayor on August 24, 2020.READ AND FILED   Action details Not available
200467 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a message advising Council that Bill No. 200344, which was passed by Council on June 25, 2020, was signed by the Mayor on July 27, 2020.READ AND FILED   Action details Not available
200466 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a message advising Council that Bill Nos. 200116, 200145, 200146, 200147, 200148, 200183, 200293, and 200355, which were passed by Council on June 25, 2020, were signed by the Mayor on July 13, 2020.READ AND FILED   Action details Not available
200465 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a message advising Council that Bill Nos. 200076, 200208, and 200367, which were passed by Council on June 25, 2020, were signed by the Mayor on July 1, 2020.READ AND FILED   Action details Not available
200464 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a message advising Council that Bill Nos. 200294, 200295, 200302, 200304, and 200305, which were passed by Council on June 18, 2020, were signed by the Mayor on July 1, 2020.READ AND FILED   Action details Not available
200463 0  COMMUNICATIONTransmitting a message advising Council that Bill Nos. 200285, 200286, 200287, 200288, 200290, 200291, 200292, 200296-A, 200298, 200328, 200329-A, 200347, 200352 and 200370, which were passed by Council on June 25, 2020, were signed by the Mayor on June 26, 2020.READ AND FILED   Action details Not available
200412 0  BillAmending Chapter 10-2200 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Hate Crimes,” to provide for penalties for criminal conduct involving misuse of the 911 emergency response system motivated by hatred toward certain characteristics of other persons; all under certain terms and conditions.Introduced and Referred   Action details Not available
200413 0  BillAmending Section 9-1130 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Unlawful Credit Screening Practices in Employment,” by revising restrictions, under certain terms and conditions.Introduced and Referred   Action details Not available
200427 0  ResolutionProclaiming the week of September 14, 2020 as “Census Week” in Philadelphia.Introduced and Ordered Placed On Next Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200428 0  ResolutionRecognizing September as Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month in the City of Philadelphia, and affirming the need for suicide prevention awareness and robust mental health services.Introduced and Ordered Placed On Next Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200429 0  ResolutionPermanently recognizing the third week in August as Solar Week in the City of Philadelphia.Introduced and Ordered Placed On Next Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200430 0  ResolutionAuthorizing the Committee on Education to conduct hearings exploring the benefits of the School District of Philadelphia mandating conflict resolution training at all curriculum levels.Introduced and Ordered Placed on This Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200431 0  ResolutionAuthorizing the Committee on the Environment to conduct hearings to investigate challenges and solutions to street litter and waste disposal systems in the wake of COVID-19 in the City of Philadelphia.Introduced and Ordered Placed on This Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200432 0  ResolutionCalling on the Philadelphia Postmaster to meet with Congressman Dwight Evans and the Philadelphia Congressional delegation to discuss the alleged removal of sorting machines from Philadelphia area post offices which would cause delays in the processing of Census forms and mail-in ballots.Introduced and Ordered Placed On Next Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200414 0  BillAmending Chapter 9-800 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Landlord and Tenant,” to address matters related to the landlord and tenant relationship during the novel coronavirus of 2019 pandemic, including providing for temporary eviction relief, and making certain technical changes, all under certain terms and conditions.Introduced and Referred   Action details Not available
200433 0  ResolutionAuthorizing the City Council Committee on Housing, Neighborhood Development, and the Homeless to hold hearings on the role and responsibilities of Philadelphia’s Landlord-Tenant Officer position; the policies and procedures it manages in the eviction process, particularly around writs of service; and clarifying oversight, ethics, and public accountability for the Landlord-Tenant Office.Introduced and Ordered Placed on This Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200434 0  ResolutionHonoring the award-winning Philadelphia Public School Notebook for its enduring legacy and commitment to education justice, to independent journalism, and to centering and uplifting citizen voices through more than a quarter century of public school advocacy, upon its transition to new management under Chalkbeat.Introduced and Ordered Placed On Next Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200435 0  ResolutionUrging the United States House of Representatives to pass H.R. 7947, also known as the “Supporting Foster Youth and Families through the Pandemic Act,” providing substantial and additional aid to older foster youth and kinship families and preventing mandatory “aging out” during the COVID-19 pandemic.Introduced and Ordered Placed On Next Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200415 0  BillEstablishing a no truck parking regulation on both sides of Tolbut Street, from Torresdale Avenue eastbound to the end of the roadway.Introduced and Referred   Action details Not available
200416 0  BillTo amend the Philadelphia Zoning Maps by changing the zoning designations of certain areas of land located within an area bounded by Buckius Street (extended), the Delaware River, Orthodox Street (extended), and Richmond Street.Introduced and Referred   Action details Not available
200436 0  ResolutionAuthorizing the City Council Committee on Public Safety and the Special Committee on Gun Violence Prevention to hold hearings to review and examine the perpetrators of the last 100 shootings in Philadelphia, as well exploring the source of the guns used to commit violent crimes and the role of the criminal justice system in the offender’s life.Introduced and Ordered Placed on This Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200437 0  ResolutionRecognizing the 12th Annual Block Captain Boot Camp, which will be held virtually for the first time ever on Saturday, October 24, 2020.Introduced and Ordered Placed On Next Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200438 0  ResolutionSupporting the National Minority Business Development Agency and recognizing October 5 through October 9, 2020 as Philadelphia Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week, which provides critical information, resources, opportunities and inspiration to the minority business community.Introduced and Ordered Placed On Next Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200439 0  ResolutionRecognizing and honoring Dana Jenkins, Principal of Roxborough High School, on the occasion of her retirement, after twenty years of dedication and service to the School District of Philadelphia.Introduced and Ordered Placed On Next Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200417 0  BillAmending Title 4 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “The Building Construction and Occupancy Code,” and Title 14 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Zoning and Planning,” by adding disclosure requirements with respect to certain applications, permits, and notices, all under certain terms and conditions.Introduced and Referred   Action details Not available
200418 0  BillTo amend the Philadelphia Zoning Maps by changing the zoning designations of certain areas of land located within an area bounded by Bartram Avenue, the Delaware Expressway, Enterprise Avenue, and Island Avenue.Introduced and Referred   Action details Not available
200440 0  ResolutionApproving the redevelopment contract of the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority for the redevelopment and urban renewal of a portion of the Point Breeze Urban Renewal Area, identified by house numbers and street addresses as 1308-1314 South Capitol street, 1318 South Capitol street, 1336-1344 South Capitol street, 2025-2029 Reed street, 2031 Reed street, 2033-2035 Reed street, 2038 Reed street, 1400 South Taylor street, 1402 South Taylor street, 1410 South Taylor street, 1413 South Taylor street, 1415 South Taylor street, 1419 South Taylor street, 1421 South Taylor street, 1426 South Taylor street, 1428 South Taylor street, 1430 South Taylor street, 1440 South Taylor street and 2024 Wharton street; and authorizing the Redevelopment Authority to execute the redevelopment contract with Community Justice Land Trust and to take such action as may be necessary to effectuate the redevelopment contract.Introduced and Ordered Placed On Next Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200419 0  BillAuthorizing transfers in appropriations for Fiscal Year 2021 from the General Fund, the Council to the General Fund, the Director of Finance.Introduced and Referred   Action details Not available
200420 0  BillAmending Chapter 9-800 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Landlord and Tenant,” to address matters related to the landlord and tenant relationship during the novel coronavirus of 2019 pandemic, including providing for the temporary waiver of certain fees, and making certain technical changes, all under certain terms and conditions.Introduced and Referred   Action details Not available
200441 0  ResolutionCommemorating the 55th Anniversary of the signing of the Voting Rights Act.Introduced and Ordered Placed On Next Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200442 0  ResolutionAuthorizing the Committee on Public Safety to hold a hearing examining the ongoing safety and noise issues with the use of ATV and other unauthorized vehicles on City streets and the possibility of creating a space for safely riding in Philadelphia.Introduced and Ordered Placed on This Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200443 0  ResolutionRecognizing the American Jewish Committee and the National Urban League’s Black Jewish Unity Week and the ongoing efforts to partner and work together in creating a more equitable future.Introduced and Ordered Placed On Next Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200444 0  ResolutionHonoring the life of Eleanor Sokoloff and her legacy of service and promotion of musical education in Philadelphia.Introduced and Ordered Placed On Next Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200445 0  ResolutionHonoring Richard M. Englert upon his retirement as Temple University’s President and his contributions to Temple and Philadelphia.Introduced and Ordered Placed On Next Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200446 0  ResolutionAuthorizing the Committee on Commerce and Economic Development to hold a hearing that examine recent research released by Pew Charitable Trusts (“Pew”) and Center City District (“CCD”) on the state of our local business economy, the role our Black-owned and minority-owned businesses play in the City’s economy, and the impact of Covid-19 on these businesses.Introduced and Ordered Placed on This Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200421 0  BillAmending Chapter 9-800 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Landlord and Tenant,” to address matters related to the landlord and tenant relationship during the novel coronavirus of 2019 pandemic, including providing for repayment agreements, and making certain technical changes, all under certain terms and conditions.Introduced and Referred   Action details Not available
200447 0  ResolutionCalling on Mayor James F. Kenney to declare gun violence a citywide emergency and develop an urgent, unrelenting response to the gun violence epidemic plaguing Black and Brown neighborhoods in Philadelphia, and re-affirming the commitment of the City Council of Philadelphia to continue collaborating with, and supporting the work of, the Mayor, our City agencies, the criminal justice community, and non-governmental partners, to mitigate this deadly epidemic.Introduced and Referred   Action details Not available
200448 0  ResolutionHonoring and congratulating the Mastery Charter North girls basketball team, on their successful 2019-2020 season and overall 20-9 record in the Philadelphia Public League girls basketball championships.Introduced and Ordered Placed On Next Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200449 0  ResolutionHonoring and congratulating activist, advocate, founder and president emerita of the Children’s Defense Fund, Marian Wright Edelman.Introduced and Ordered Placed On Next Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200450 0  ResolutionCalling on Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) to create equitable forms of competition for schools and students unable to compete in their sports in the normal way because of public health guidance in their communities.Introduced and Ordered Placed On Next Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200451 0  ResolutionCalling on the Pennsylvania Department of Education to cancel the PSSA and Keystone exams for the 2020-2021 academic year and redirect the resources to providing the best digital learning environment possible.Introduced and Ordered Placed On Next Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200452 0  ResolutionConfirming the reappointment of Michael H. Reed, Esq., as a member of the Board of Ethics, to serve in the term ending November 16, 2025.Introduced and Referred   Action details Not available
200453 0  ResolutionConfirming the reappointment of JoAnn A. Epps, Esq., as a member of the Board of Ethics, to serve in the term ending November 16, 2024.Introduced and Referred   Action details Not available
200422 0  BillAuthorizing the Philadelphia Chinatown Development Corporation a.k.a. PCDC (“Owner”) to own and maintain a pedestrian plaza, along the west median of the 10th Street and Vine Street intersection on the structure carrying traffic above Interstate 676 in Philadelphia, PA 19107 (“Property”), all under certain terms and conditions.Introduced and Referred   Action details Not available
200423 0  BillAuthorizing Keystone Property Group (“Owner”) to construct, own, and maintain a proposed exterior building ramp at 100 South Independence Mall West, Philadelphia, PA 19106 (“Property”), all under certain terms and conditions.Introduced and Referred   Action details Not available
200454 0  ResolutionApproving the redevelopment contract of the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority for the redevelopment and urban renewal of a portion of the New Kensington-Fishtown Urban Renewal Area, identified by house number and street address as 1824 East Huntingdon street; and authorizing the Redevelopment Authority to execute the redevelopment contract with JR Complete Construction Inc. and to take such action as may be necessary to effectuate the redevelopment contract.Introduced and Ordered Placed On Next Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200455 0  ResolutionApproving the redevelopment contract of the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority for the redevelopment and urban renewal of a portion of the New Kensington-Fishtown Urban Renewal Area, identified by house number and street address as 2103 East Hagert street; and authorizing the Redevelopment Authority to execute the redevelopment contract with BMK Properties, LLC and to take such action as may be necessary to effectuate the redevelopment contract.Introduced and Ordered Placed On Next Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200456 0  ResolutionApproving the redevelopment contract of the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority for the redevelopment and urban renewal of a portion of the New Kensington-Fishtown Urban Renewal Area, identified by house number and street address as 2451-2453 Frankford avenue; and authorizing the Redevelopment Authority to execute the redevelopment contract with BMK Properties, LLC and to take such action as may be necessary to effectuate the redevelopment contract.Introduced and Ordered Placed On Next Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200457 0  ResolutionApproving the redevelopment contract of the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority for the redevelopment and urban renewal of a portion of the New Kensington-Fishtown Urban Renewal Area, identified by house number and street address as 2514 Coral street; and authorizing the Redevelopment Authority to execute the redevelopment contract with Coral Reef LLC and to take such action as may be necessary to effectuate the redevelopment contract.Introduced and Ordered Placed On Next Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200424 0  BillRenaming and designating the property commonly referred to as the 30th and Jefferson Playground, located at the corner of 30th and Jefferson Streets, as the “Howard McCall, Sr. Playground” in the City of Philadelphia.Introduced and Referred   Action details Not available
200425 0  BillAmending Title 6 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Health Code,” by creating a new Chapter 6-1300 entitled “Healthy Outdoor Public Spaces,” to promote a healthy environment that protects the public from the risks of toxic herbicides by prohibiting their use on all city-owned or used public grounds including but not limited to parks, trails, recreation centers, and playgrounds; establishing reporting requirements; and establishing a private right of action, all under certain terms and conditions.Introduced and Referred   Action details Not available
200426 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 revising the powers and duties of the Art Commission to require the Commission to prepare an analysis justifying any removal or relocation of a City statue or monument whenever there is controversy or public dispute, and to oversee a public referendum process prior to any such removal or relocation; and providing for the submission of the proposed amendment to the electors of Philadelphia; and authorizing the appropriate officers to publish notice and to make arrangements for the special election.Introduced and Referred   Action details Not available
200458 0  ResolutionRecognizing September as National Recovery Month in Philadelphia and celebrating the 19th Annual PRO-ACT Recovery Walks! to promote recovery and work to end the stigma surrounding drug and alcohol addiction.Introduced and Ordered Placed On Next Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200459 0  ResolutionRecognizing September 2020 as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in Philadelphia in honor of childhood cancer patients, care givers, survivors, and those children who have succumbed to the disease.Introduced and Ordered Placed On Next Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200460 0  ResolutionAppointing 15 Individuals to the Philadelphia Fashion and Garment Industry Task Force.Introduced and Ordered Placed On Next Week's Final Passage Calendar   Action details Not available
200461 0  ResolutionProposing an amendment to the Philadelphia Home Rule Charter by revising the powers and duties of the Art Commission to require the Commission to prepare an analysis justifying any removal or relocation of a City statue or monument and to oversee a public referendum process prior to any such removal or relocation; and providing for the submission of the proposed amendment to the electors of Philadelphia.Introduced and Referred   Action details Not available
200399 0  ResolutionInitiating action to continue the Mayfair Business Improvement District beyond its termination date in an area that generally includes both sides of Frankford Avenue from the north side of Harbison Avenue to the south side of Sheffield Street and certain blocks of streets that intersect that portion of Frankford Avenue; and for which Mayfair Business Improvement District, Inc., a Pennsylvania nonprofit corporation, serves as the Neighborhood Improvement District Management Association; approving a preliminary plan for and report concerning the District; and authorizing and directing the Committee on Rules and the Clerk of Council to take all actions that are required by the Community and Economic Improvement Act, prior to enactment of an ordinance that would formally establish the District.ADOPTED   Action details Not available
200349 1  BillAmending Title 14 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Zoning and Planning,” to amend certain provisions of Chapter 14-500, entitled “Overlay Zoning Districts,” by creating the “/AME, American Street Overlay District,” all under certain terms and conditions.MOTION   Action details Not available
200349 1  BillAmending Title 14 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Zoning and Planning,” to amend certain provisions of Chapter 14-500, entitled “Overlay Zoning Districts,” by creating the “/AME, American Street Overlay District,” all under certain terms and conditions.RECOMMITTEDPass17:0 Action details Not available
200350 1  BillAmending the Philadelphia Zoning Maps by changing the zoning designations of certain areas of land located within an area bounded by Norris Street, American Street, Berks Street, and 3rd Street; and amending Title 14 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Zoning and Planning,” to amend certain provisions of Chapter 14-500, entitled “Overlay Zoning Districts,” by creating the “/BNA, Berks and American Overlay District,” all under certain terms and conditions.MOTION   Action details Not available
200350 1  BillAmending the Philadelphia Zoning Maps by changing the zoning designations of certain areas of land located within an area bounded by Norris Street, American Street, Berks Street, and 3rd Street; and amending Title 14 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Zoning and Planning,” to amend certain provisions of Chapter 14-500, entitled “Overlay Zoning Districts,” by creating the “/BNA, Berks and American Overlay District,” all under certain terms and conditions.WITHDRAWN   Action details Not available
200188 0  BillAuthorizing the Commissioner of Public Property, on behalf of the City of Philadelphia, to acquire fee simple title or a lesser real estate interest to all or a portion of a parcel or parcels of land located in the vicinity of Calera Road between Red Lion Road and Chalfont Drive, commonly known as the Liberty Bell Youth Organization Recreation Center.READ AND PASSEDPass17:0 Action details Not available
200345 0  BillAuthorizing the Commissioner of Public Property, on behalf of the City, to acquire fee simple title, or a lesser interest in real estate, by purchase, dedication, donation, condemnation, agreement in lieu of condemnation, or otherwise, in parcels of land along the Delaware River and in the bed of the former Kensington & Tacony Railroad, under certain terms and conditions.READ AND PASSEDPass17:0 Action details Not available
200354 0  BillAuthorizing the Commissioner of Public Property, on behalf of the City of Philadelphia, to enter into an Amendment to a Joint-Use Agreement with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania pursuant to which certain parcels of real estate constituting the I-95 right-of-way, located beneath the elevated highway between the Benjamin Franklin Bridge and the Walt Whitman Bridge, are leased to the City of Philadelphia by the Commonwealth, subleased by the Interstate Land Management Corporation; all under certain terms and conditions.READ AND PASSEDPass17:0 Action details Not available
200365 1  BillAmending Chapter 9-2500 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Fire Suppression System Workers,” to provide for additional licensing requirements for fire suppression system workers, all under certain terms and conditions.READ AND PASSEDPass16:1 Action details Not available
200303 1  BillAmending Chapter 9-4100 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Promoting Healthy Families and Workplaces,” to establish leave time for public health emergencies, modify existing provisions concerning the paid sick leave, and make technical changes, all under certain terms and conditions.READ AND PASSEDPass16:1 Action details Not available
200364-A 1  BillAmending Title 17 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Contracts and Procurement,” by adding a new Chapter 17-2300, entitled “Public Hearing Required Prior to Execution of a Labor Agreement with City Workers Represented by the Fraternal Order Of Police With Respect To The Workers’ Terms And Conditions Of Employment,” by establishing certain definitions; and requiring a public hearing within thirty (30) days prior to the City entering into or amending a labor agreement with City workers represented by the Fraternal Order of Police, all under certain terms and conditions.READ   Action details Not available
200364-A 2  BillAmending Title 17 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Contracts and Procurement,” by adding a new Chapter 17-2300, entitled “Public Hearing Required Prior to Execution of a Labor Agreement with City Workers Represented by the Fraternal Order Of Police With Respect To The Workers’ Terms And Conditions Of Employment,” by establishing certain definitions; and requiring a public hearing within thirty (30) days prior to the City entering into or amending a labor agreement with City workers represented by the Fraternal Order of Police, all under certain terms and conditions.AMENDED   Action details Not available
200364-A 2  BillAmending Title 17 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Contracts and Procurement,” by adding a new Chapter 17-2300, entitled “Public Hearing Required Prior to Execution of a Labor Agreement with City Workers Represented by the Fraternal Order Of Police With Respect To The Workers’ Terms And Conditions Of Employment,” by establishing certain definitions; and requiring a public hearing within thirty (30) days prior to the City entering into or amending a labor agreement with City workers represented by the Fraternal Order of Police, all under certain terms and conditions.ORDERED PLACED ON FINAL PASSAGE CALENDAR FOR NEXT MEETING.   Action details Not available
200368-A 1  BillAmending Title 10 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Regulation of Individual Conduct and Activity,” by adding a new Chapter 10-2500, entitled “Prohibited Physical Contact by Peace Officers,” to prevent unnecessary death or injury via asphyxiation by prohibiting certain physical contact by peace officers, all under certain terms and conditions.READ   Action details Not available
200368-A 2  BillAmending Title 10 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Regulation of Individual Conduct and Activity,” by adding a new Chapter 10-2500, entitled “Prohibited Physical Contact by Peace Officers,” to prevent unnecessary death or injury via asphyxiation by prohibiting certain physical contact by peace officers, all under certain terms and conditions.AMENDED   Action details Not available
200368-A 2  BillAmending Title 10 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Regulation of Individual Conduct and Activity,” by adding a new Chapter 10-2500, entitled “Prohibited Physical Contact by Peace Officers,” to prevent unnecessary death or injury via asphyxiation by prohibiting certain physical contact by peace officers, all under certain terms and conditions.ORDERED PLACED ON FINAL PASSAGE CALENDAR FOR NEXT MEETING.   Action details Not available