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PlanPhilly | In Common: Rail Park opens, carrying the freight of a changing neighborhood – ERASERHOOD

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What does it mean to create a new park in a changing, sometimes contested neighborhood? Next in our series about Philly’s changing public spaces,…

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PlanPhilly | Putting Philadelphia’s $149 million pension fund loss into context

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It is not hyperbole to blame Philadelphia’s underfunded pensions for the city’s high taxes, dirty sidewalks, potholed-filled streets, and struggling schools. Every dollar the city has to contribute to fill the pension gap is a dollar that could have gone towards fixing one of those pressing problems.

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