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Monthly Archives: March 2016

City of Philadelphia Slapped for Unconstitutional Behavior

Posted in Construction Law

Sadly, the City that gave birth to the Constitution repeatedly runs rough shot over the liberties it affords individuals and businesses.  In the latest rebuke to the City of Philadelphia’s malfeasance towards the Constitution, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, has ruled that the City’s publicly owned gas utility, Philadelphia Gas Works,… Continue Reading

Is the Philadelphia Proposed Affordable Housing Impact Fee Constitional

Posted in Construction Law

WHYY is reporting that affordable housing advocated in the City of Philadelphia are demanding that City Council impose an impact fee of $4.80 a square foot on all new market rate developments and rentals that would go towards funding the City’s Housing Trust Fund.  The story reports that City Council members and Mayor Kenney have… Continue Reading

Councilman Johnson Tries to Shut Down Skynet

Posted in Construction Law

In the Terminator movie franchise, the government develops a software system called Skynet.  The purpose of Skynet is to prevent human error in starting a nuclear holocaust. Instead, Skynet becomes self-aware and when programmers try to shut it down it perceives the human race a threat and tries to exterminate us and then it creates a bad-ass… Continue Reading