We looked inside some of the tweets by @PhillyMayor and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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Today, the U.S. Court of Appeals upheld last year’s ruling in the City’s lawsuit against the Department of Justice. Read more about the lawsuit ⬇ https://www.phila.gov/2019-02-15-officials-hail-ruling-by-u-s-court-of-appeals-in-citys-doj-lawsuit/ …
This decision reaffirms what we knew all along — that the federal government’s attempt to bully us into changing our immigration policies was unlawful. Philadelphia will always remain a welcoming city for all.
Thank you to @Wawa for their commitment to our city and to Kensington. It will take support from local government, non-profit organizations, service providers, the business community, and residents to tackle the opioid crisis. #ResilientPHL
We’re facing real emergencies like gun violence, climate change, the opioid crisis, and underfunded education and infrastructure systems. The last thing we need is to waste billions of dollars on a useless wall.
CTE courses prepare our young people for the careers of the future. This week, we recognized some of our amazing students who have excelled with a CTE curriculum. #ThinkCTE
Happy Valentine's Day, Philadelphia! I wish all of you a lovely day — even the mean tweeters. ❤️
Honored to receive the Local Leadership Award from @Voices4Service. This is really a recognition of the great work that @SERVEPhila is doing to help make Philadelphia the most civically engaged city in the country.
It’s the anniversary of the Parkland shooting. Today and every day, I think of the people who lose their lives to gun violence — in Florida, Philadelphia, and all over the U.S. May those losses fuel our commitment to pass smart gun laws and build safer communities.
It was great to see so many young people at City Hall today. These @PhillyPAL students spent time with our staff and learned about city government. Hopefully some of them will be inspired to pursue a career in public service one day! #ToyotaPALDayatCityHall
Best meeting of the day!
Condolences to Momma Dietz’s family, friends, and everyone at Dietz and Watson who said goodbye to her yesterday. Momma Dietz was an icon in our local business community, and we’ll all miss her passion, wit, and signature leadership style.
Our @PhillyPolice department is a national leader for its diversion program. They’re helping people get the help they need and enabling real change. Thank you to our officers who are tackling the opioid crisis with compassion and commitment. #ResilientPHL
After much thought I have decided to not seek re-election to City Council. It has been my honor to serve the citizens of Philadelphia. https://twitter.com/KYWNewsradio/status/1095042493639471106 …
Councilman Greenlee has always been an advocate for working people and the most vulnerable among us. We’ll miss his voice on Council, but wish him well on his retirement after decades in public service.
It is time to #RaiseTheWage to $15/hour! We're working with our partners in Harrisburg to ensure that every resident of our city and this commonwealth is able to earn a living wage. Here's how you can help ➡️ http://bit.ly/2CZ34Wu
Together, we remember the eight people lost in Philadelphia due to violence from January 13-19. If you or someone you know is the victim of violence, there is help available to support you and your loved ones:
🚨We will not go quietly. 🚨 We sent a letter to the Philadelphia Media Network’s board of directors to notify them of our current situation where our publisher Terry Egger has refused to bargain with us in good faith during our wage reopener. Let's break down our situation👇
It is critical that we maintain a free and independent press, now more than ever. It is just as important that we support local journalists. I stand with these hard-working newsroom employees who deserve fair wages like all workers.
Being incarcerated shouldn't prevent a mom from being a mom. Pumping helps mothers in custody continue to support their child's development. This is part of how we're reforming our criminal justice system.
This executive order establishes #SmartCityPHL, an initiative to spur innovation and collaboration in City government — helping Philadelphia become a city of the future.
Today, @GovernorTomWolf outlined his plans for the 2019-20 #PAbudget, which presents a package of new programs to rebuild Pennsylvania’s economy and prioritize skills training from birth to retirement. https://on.pa.gov/2St5h6p
This is the leadership we need from Harrisburg. Thank you @GovernorTomWolf for putting forth a budget that invests in our children, increases funding for workforce development, and proposes to #RaiseTheWage statewide. #PABudget