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Design of Market Street Building Collapse Memorial Gets Art Commission Approval

“People will be very pleased when they see the final thing,” said artist Barbara Fox during an interview in Philadelphia magazine’s January issue. Fox, you […]

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Morning Headlines: Plans Presented for Market Street Building Collapse Memorial

On Wednesday, the Art Commission got a “walk through” of the plans for the memorial park at 22nd and Market, the site of a tragic […]

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Morning Headlines: How Did This Illegal Demolition in Fairmount Happen?

News of an illegal demolition having taken place on Poplar Street last spring has emerged, the Inquirer‘s Alfred Lubrano reports: Little more than a year after a botched demolition […]

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Alan Butkovitz on L&I: “No Excuse for Putting Lives at Risk”

City Controller Alan Butkovitz has released another report critical of Philadelphia’s Licenses & Inspections department. The review, “Vacant Properties Creating Neighborhood Nuisances,” (below) says L&I is failing to hold […]

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Morning Headlines: June 2013 Building Collapse Judge Permits Attorneys to Speak with Reporters (Sort Of)

Common Pleas Court Judge Glenn B. Bronson who is in charge of the June 2013 building collapse case has switched to using the trial publicity guidelines set by […]

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Morning Headlines: Advisory Commission Sums Up What’s Wrong with L&I

Months after the botched demolition that left six people killed in the neighboring Salvation Army store, Mayor Michael Nutter signed an executive order that created […]

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Defense For June Building Collapse May Call Nutter Staff As Witnesses

Fifty prospective witnesses may be called to testify after the defense in the June 2013 building collapse asked Judge Benjamin Lerner to schedule an expedited […]

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Morning Headlines: L&I and Shirt Corner Owner Had Prepared for Possible Collapse

A 40-foot wall that careened down while JPC Group workers carried out the Shirt Corner’s assigned demolition caused the site’s partial premature collapse on Thursday. […]

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Morning Headlines: Strawberry Mansion Building Collapse Leaves One Injured

An operational database of L&I complaints/incidents will be up and running by late 2015 — hopefully. Until then, building complaints and collapse incidents get public […]

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Morning Headlines: Group Advocating Building Collapse Memorial Pushes Forward

Less than five months from now will mark the one-year anniversary of the 22nd and Market streets building collapse, and one group has not forgotten. […]

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Building Collapse: Griffin Campbell Charged With Murder

District Attorney Seth Williams says greed was Griffin Campbell’s motive for botching the demolition of Hoagie City, the building that fell on top of the […]