What We're Reading: Week of January 6, 2020

Here's what we're reading this week about the projects, people and policies driving local development:

Plan Philly: Mayor Kenney kicked off his second term in office decrying gun violence and calling for citywide street sweeping that would require residents to move their cars

by Jake Blumgart, January 6, 2020

Inquirer: Council has a change in leadership positions, including naming Cherelle Parker as Majority Leader in a close vote; Darrell Clarke was unanimously re-elected as Council President

by Sean Collins Walsh, Updated January 6, 2020

Inquirer: Schools, gun violence and affordable housing are seen as three top issues that the new session of Council will address

by Laura McCrystal, Updated January 6, 2020

Inquirer: 2019 was a year of progressive legislation in City Council related to various aspects of workers and employment. The Inquirer questions how the City will enforce these new rules

by Juliana Feliciano Reyes, Updated January 7, 2020

Billy Penn: Kira Strong has moved up as Executive Director of ReBuild after the former Executive Director left in November [endif]

by Layla A. Jones, January 7, 2020

Plan Philly: In an era of amenity rich rental developments, Shift Capital is introducing a new amenity, tele-medicine, in its affordable rental buildings in Kensington

by Alison Burdo, January 3, 2020

The Philadelphia Citizen: The Philadelphia Citizen did a deep dive into the profile of the four new and thirteen returning members of Council

By Katherine Rapin, January 6, 2020

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