Can Vote-by-Mail Save the Election?

The coronavirus is likely to upend the April 28 primary. That's why Philly 3.0’s engagement director doubles down on his call for mail-in voting

By Jon Geeting

Protect the vote during the coronavirus pandemic

With the April 28 primary approaching in the midst of calls for social isolation, Philly 3.0’s engagement director urges the state to send every voter a mail-in ballot

By Jon Geeting

An Early Warning on the New Sheriff?

Rochelle Bilal seemed like a fresh start for the corrupt office. But, Philly 3.0’s engagement director notes, an early spending scandal proves again that the office should be closed

By Jon Geeting

Making Work Pay

City Council unanimously passed Allan Domb’s wage tax rebate for low-income workers. This, Philly 3.0’s engagement director notes, is exactly the right moment for Mayor Kenney to sign it into law

By Jon Geeting

Roadblocking the War on Litter

Are city rules unintentionally creating more litter?

By Jon Geeting

Three Philly Priorities to Watch in Wolf’s Budget

The governor has proposed funds for education and transportation. Philly 3.0’s engagement director on why that’s good for the city.

By Jon Geeting

The Fix: R.I.P Councilmanic Prerogative

Every councilperson convicted of a crime in Philly since 1981 committed offenses related to councilmanic prerogative. There is, Philly 3.0’s engagement director says, another way: Planning

By Jon Geeting

If you build it they will hire

Philly currently has the second-lowest rate of office construction in the country. As Philly 3.0’s engagement director notes, a coming change could mean an influx of much-needed jobs.

By Jon Geeting