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Since That Proposed Soda Tax Went Over So Well, the City’s Now Floating a Plan to Increase ‘Liquor-by-the-Drink’ Tax
The proposed five percent increase to the already burdensome ten percent "liquor-by-the-drink" tax is designed to raise money for the School Reform Commission.
Just call her "Hero of Restaurateurs" Quinn.
City Council passes food truck ordinance.
Food truck ordinance a death knell for food trucks, some say.
Restaurateurs support one of their own in the upcoming City Council seat election.
It's possibly the world's first political statement involving Fritos.
A new plan calls for funding schools with revenue drawn from keeping bars open and extra hour.
Due to lack of community support the proposed plan was never brought before City Council for vote.
Though the report calls out the chain for its unfair practices, City Council members still chose to eat there.
While one stretch of city owned property might go to a private business, another is being pulled out form under a park and garden's caretakers.
Plus: an increasing number of chefs are turning out books about cooking at home; and the 2011 British Curry Awards go off without a hitch, all in our morning news roundup.
How does the bill effect business owners?
The bill if passed will prevent business owners from covering credit card transaction fees from servers gratuities.
The administration said it will combat the obesity program in its own way.
The bar and restaurant gained the community's approval, but one neighbor started throwing punches.
Plus: Lady Gaga's meat dress lands at the Rock and Roll Hall of fame; and Ferran Adria shills for Pepsi, all in our morning news roundup.
City Council Blocks Expansion of an Upper Roxborough Community Garden; Gubernatorial Hopeful Tom Corbett Pushes For Privatization of PA’s Liquor Stores
Plus Iron Chef tanks in Australia, and college administrators crack down on "drunkorexia" all in our morning news roundup.
Supporters were urged to contact City Council and let them know they are in favor of the redevelopment.
The City Council continues blundering through the issue of food trucks.