Before Council this week will be bills that direct the City on how to use the 1.4 billion dollars allocated for Philadelphia in the American Rescue Plan Act.
Council will have to decide if the money should be used to help citizens pay bills, invest in City Services, help small businesses or cut taxes.
If you have an idea, here is how you can testify. And if you would like to share your ideas with our viewers, click here to let us know you would like to join us on air.
After "private negotiations", the Water Board appointed "Public Advocate" is supporting forcing Philadelphia Water Department Consumers to pay 57 million dollars more than its own experts said were needed.
This is without consulting community or civic groups or City Council and over the objections of more than 100 people who testified at the hearings.
As housing costs rise, what is happening to Philadelphia's neighborhoods? Who is moving in; and who is moving out? Where are the new residents coming from? And where are those moving out moving to?
Is our government doing enough to help long time residents stay in their homes? What programs help? And which need improvement.