“HU and SCI Tech High were initiated in the mayor’s office at the same time and ran parallel development tracks. I thought then and still believe that these projects will, long term, be the most significant economic development projects undertaken in the modern era, amongst literally several thousand projects.” – Stephen Reed
The Bureau of Codes office appears to be targeting homeowners to generate money for the City by issuing $215 citations after a dusting of snow in January.
It has now been 3 days since our most recent winter storm, yet today ice and snow remain on many city owned thoroughfares, alleys and sidewalks.
Similar complaints have been made on street cleaning days in Harrisburg City, regarding parking citations being given out on days when no actual street cleaning is being performed. https://wp.me/p8u3vA-2Jg
By: Sean M. Guay Harrisburg, PA – “The announcement that Amazon would build a $5 billion facility supporting 50,000 jobs immediately lit up social media. Some […]
In a recent article on the codes department, Beau Brown makes the case for a total restructure of the codes department mindset; one that gives power back to the People.
Through a selective process, let’s gather five respected members of the community that possess specific knowledge about building codes and safety protocols, have education and experience as innovators, and who value private property rights.
We could brand it the: “Liberty Codes Committee.”
“Otto Banks and Beau Brown “the republican turned democrat” are involved with the local charter school community” – S. Kitchen