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  • PLUMBING PERMIT

    REPLACE CURB TRAP,MAIN DRAIN AND FAI PA20180042213(SFD)"SELF-CERTIFICATION'S ARE NO LONGER PERMITTED" - "ALL EXCAVATIONS AND PLUMBING TRENCHES IN EXCESS OF 5 FEET IN DEPTH MUST HAVE APPROVED SHORING IN PLACE AT THE TIME OF INSPECTION"

    2227 S BEECHWOOD ST Issued January 17, 2018 Comment

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Where to Watch the Eagles in the NFC Championship Game

Taproom on 19th (2400 S 19th St.)

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Cinder Copper & Lace (1500 Locust St.)

Bru/U-Bahn (1318 Chestnut St.)

Interstate Drafthouse (1235 E Palmer St.)

Little Lion (243 Chestnut St.)

Mad Rex (1000 Frankford Ave.)

McGillins (1310 Drury St.)

Nick's Bar & Grille (16 S 2nd St.)

O'Neals Pub (611 South 3rd St.)

Silence DoGood’s (216 Market St.)

Varga Bar (941 Spruce St.)

    Where to Watch the Eagles in the NFC Championship Game
    The Eagles have advanced to the NFC Championship game, which they'll play against the Vikings at the Linc on Sunday at 6:40 PM. If you weren't lucky enough to snag one of the tickets when they went on sale (and can't afford spending $1000s of dollars on StubHub)-we've rounded up where you can cheer on the birds without breaking the bank!
    http://philly.thedrinknation.com

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  • PLUMBING PERMIT

    ROUGH IN 1 BATHROOM, 1 POWDER ROOM, 1 KITCHEN SINK, 1 WASHER DRYER HOOK UP THE INSTALLATION WILL COMPLY WITH THE PHILADELPHIA PLUMBING CODE 2004

    2009 MERCY ST Issued January 10, 2018 Comment

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West Passyunk Neighbors added an event.

The second Monday of the month WPNA holds a general meeting open to all residents, businesses, city employees and elected officials who live and work within our boundaries. We welcome your participation and encourage you to get involved with one of our committees or events. We welcome discussion on quality of life concerns that may be affecting you and your near neighbors. St. Edmond's Church is located on 21st and Snyder Ave. The meeting is held in the Rectory, which you can access through the parking lot. The January agenda will include: - Updates from our Committees - Elections Results Below are the newly elected members of West Passyunk Neighbors: President - Elizabeth Crutchley Vice President - James Gitto Secretary - J.G. McMillan Green Chair - Katherine Wade Clean Chair - Emily Ashcraft McMillan At-Large - Jimmy Marshina At-Large - Tomika Anglin The Friends of Stephen Girard Elemetary are hosting a supply drive. They are asking for any school supplies be brought to the 1st District Police Station at 24th and Wolf. As always, the 1st District police will be on hand to discuss current issues and answer any questions the community may have. St. Edmonds accepts pantry items for donation. Please bring any unneeded pantry items for collection to the meeting.

    WPNA General Meeting
    The second Monday of the month WPNA holds a general meeting open to all residents, businesses, city employees and elected officials who live and work...
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    INSTALL/SISTER NEW LVLS AT STAIRS. INSTALL (7) STAR BOLTS ON EXTERIOR BRICK (SIDE)WALL FIRST FLOOR AND SECOND FLOOR LEVEL AS PER ENGINEER'S APPROVAL ATTACHED. DETAILS AS SHOWN ON THE PLAN. NO OTHER WORK INCLUDED IN THIS PERMIT APPLICATION.

    1941 W PASSYUNK AVE Issued January 2, 2018 Comment
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    NEW CURB TRAP AND FAI PA20173622265 "SELF-CERTIFICATION'S ARE NO LONGER PERMITTED" - "ALL EXCAVATIONS AND PLUMBING TRENCHES IN EXCESS OF 5 FEET IN DEPTH MUST HAVE APPROVED SHORING IN PLACE AT THE TIME OF INSPECTION"

    2239 S BEECHWOOD ST Issued January 2, 2018 Comment

Jan 04

Community cleanup Martin l.king

Come join us as we come together to clean out community we will be meeting
at stringer square park 32st reed at 9oclock jan.15th.everybody welcome .contact.mr.charles reeves jr creeves.rac2@gmail.if your interested in helping us thank you

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Where to Celebrate New Year's Eve 2017 in Philadelphia

What better way to begin a new year than with a free champagne toast, drink specials and no cover fees! During the Eagles game enjoy specials like $2.50 Miller High Lifes and Lites, $4 Dallas Sucks, $4 Founders, and 1/2 priced wings. (2400 S 19th St.)

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...champagne toast at midnight.  Call the restaurant at 215-454-6529 to make a reservation. (1901 Chestnut St....

Watch the fireworks from one of the best spots, on the ice at the RiverRink! Purchase tickets in advance for $40 with skating and $30 without, all tickets include food, games and live music in the Lodge. Fireworks shows are at 6 PM and midnight. (121 N Columbus Blvd.)

Enjoy a special chef’s tasting menu filled with lots of delicious meats at this Center City restaurant. The three course dinner costs $65 and if you want to stay from 10 PM-1 AM add on the open bar package for another $65. Make your reservations here. (2034 Chestnut St.)

...champagne. Purchase tickets for the Logan location here and University City here. (2 Logan Sq. & 3925 Walnut St....

...of champagne per couple. Call the restaurant at 267-687-8512 to reserve a spot. (627 S 3rd St....

...8 PM with the drag show performances beginning at 9 PM. Purchase tickets online here. (1516 Sansom St....

...free toast at midnight. Call the restaurant at 215-545-0170 to reserve a spot. (1311 Sansom St....

...midnight. Firework shows on the Delaware are viewable from the restaurant. Make a reservation here. (14 N Front St....

...a champagne toast at midnight. Party ends at 1 AM, buy tickets in advance here. (1717 Arch St....

...PM in the lounge with songs by egas icons like Sinatra. Reserve your spot here. (121 S 17th St....

...and include table service and reserved seats for the party. Buy your tickets online here. (509 S 2nd St....

...d’oeuvres and a DJ for $65.  Call 215-790-9494 to reserve your spot. (1229 Spruce St....

Celebrate the New Year on Spruce Street with a three hour premium open bar for $55. Your ticket also includes a champagne toast at midnight, complimentary hors d’oeuvres and party favors. Full menu is available until 1 AM. Call 215-627-5200 to reserve your spot. (941 Spruce St.)

    Where to Celebrate New Year's Eve 2017 in Philadelphia
    2017 is finally almost over - and to anyone who may have found a way to clumsily stumble through this year of doom, cheers to you. Raise a glass (or 10) in the air on New Year's Eve to ring in 2018.
    http://philly.thedrinknation.com

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Updated Dec 27

Has anyone lost a pet rat or similar?

Sounds strange, I'm sure but I was looking out my front step, letting my cat in, when this small creature that looked like a rat, (I've never seen one that close up) was moving between my step and my neighbor's wooden step, then came up to the step I was standing on and bold as you please looked up and wanted to follow my cat inside, who actually skirted it as he came in. It acted like a pet that was used to going into houses 'invited', AND used to cats..I thought, baby possum at first. Whatever, very disconcerting. 1800 block of South 19th Street.

  • Strongforu 4600 Block of Cedar Avenue

    Yeah, this sounds like an opossum. Beware, they can be dangerous.

  • Thanks for your comment. No. I had looked at possums previously, it was a rat.

    I think most living beings when cornered, terrified, and sensing danger will try to become dangerous to survive. Ever hear of 'playing possum'? That's what possum do when they're so terrified that they go into...

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    Thanks for your comment. No. I had looked at possums previously, it was a rat.

    I think most living beings when cornered, terrified, and sensing danger will try to become dangerous to survive. Ever hear of 'playing possum'? That's what possum do when they're so terrified that they go into a coma. Doesn't sound like a vicious killer would want that reputation.

    I read up on possums to have a handle on them.
    They are not known to be vicious.
    Remove them and you'll be swimming in garbage, rats and mice.
    Which in certain parts of South Philly, doesn't seem like an abnormal thing to circumvent. If possums help keep the rat and mice population down, so be it. Natural rodent repellent.

    http://www.dfwwildlife.org/opossum.html

    I saw a possum killing in my 'hood. They clubbed it to death in the street. The cries from this poor creature stays with me. Primitive, ignorant, village people mentality was the scariest thing to watch. Think back when you were a kid and witnessing somebody or something being hit or hurt. The kids around here sure do get their proper schooling. I don't think we're quite ready for extra-terrestrials.

  • Steven Buller Beer Jesus

    Opossums are great for the neighborhood, they keep pest, mice, and rat populations down. That’s super important when some people don’t understand what a garbage can is used for. You should’ve yelled at the people killing it.

Dec 26

City of Philadelphia Code Blue Alert for Homeless Persons

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