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The once-in-a-decade redrawing of Philadelphia's City Council Districts is due in September.

Departmental hearings on the City Budget start(ed) today. Here's a few places to keep in mind during the process.


1) at our yorn.com site - yorn.com/phillybudget - you can submit questions and get answers - either from Bill and his staff or maybe have them asked in Session!

Check out video of the Campaign Kick-Off - including introductions by Mayor Nutter and Council President Verna - here

Two events tonight (Wednesday, 16th) and another tomorrow (Thursday, 17th)


WEDNESDAY
Liberty City Democratic Club
6-7:30 PM, William Way Center, 1315 Spruce Streets

As delivered on Thursday, March 10, 2011 in Conversation Hall at Philadelphia's City Hall:

In 1926, the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick placed a plaque honoring the Irish heroes of the Revolutionary War at City Hall in Philadelphia. It was later moved to a new location on the West Portal of City Hall where, annually, the Friendly Sons place a wraerth honoring the achievements of these fine Irishmen.


This year, Bill was honored to be asked to be the featured speaker at the event at 10AM on March 10. The YouTube video of his speech is available here:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_FQ554L562Q

Bill officially filed for re-election this morning with 6,370 signatures (1,000 valid signatures are required).


Join Bill on Thursday at 1 PM in Conversation Hall for his kick-off Announcement!

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"It is my pleasure to be here to strongly, strongly endorse the re-election of Councilman At Large Bill Green...I stand here before you to urge everyone in the City to certainly give Bill Green your full support. The City needs him - we all need him...  By voting for him, you are making your community a better place in which to live, to work and to raise your children." - City Council President Anna Verna