• Bill Number 130058: A bill that would requiring construction and demolition debris to be recycled
  • Bill Number 130078: A bill that would establish contribution limits for incumbents
  • Bill Number 130081: A bill that would eliminate the homestead exclusion
  • Bill Number 130082: A bill that would require the disclosure of contributions and expenditures
  • Bill Number 130122: A bill that would establish hardship deferrals for taxpayers with large real estate tax increase
  • Bill Number 130142: A bill that would phase in over years the effect of AVI
  • Bill Number 130150: A bill that would affect Real Estate taxes rates
  • Bill Number 130151: A bill that would transfer certain City-owned real estate
  • Bill Number 130152: A bill that would establish incentives for the voluntary development of projects
  • Bill Number 130153: A bill that would establish monetary incentives to encourage rapid development of vacant and abandoned property
  • Bill Number 130155: A bill that would allow a mortgage in lieu of the purchase price for transfers of certain City-owned real estate for use by the purchaser as his/her principal residence
  • Bill Number 130157: A bill that would allow City-owned real estate to be transferred to the Philadelphia Land Bank
  • Bill Number 130161: A bill that would effect the rate and computation of realty use and occupancy tax
  • Bill Number 130163: A bill that would eliminate the deferrals of payment of a certain portion of Real Estate Taxes due the City of Philadelphia or the Philadelphia School District
  • Bill Number 130183: A bill that would revise certain tax rates
  • Bill Number 130254: A bill that would phase in AVI tax rates
  • Bill Number 130308-A: A bill that would add tolling additions, interest and penalties when the assessed value of property is under appeal
  • Bill Number 130489: A bill that would change certain tax rates, Real Estate Non-Utilization Tax
  • Bill Number 130560: A bill that would expand historic districts
  • Bill Number 130586: A bill that would  limit the exemption of certain real estate taxes for improvements to, or construction of, certain real properties
  • Bill Number 130592: A bill that would effect tolling interest, penalties and costs when the assessed value of taxable property is under appeal
  • Bill Number 130724: A bill that would  authorize the School Reform Commission to determine whether certain tax exemptions from School District of Philadelphia real estate taxes shall continue; and by making technical corrections
  • Bill Number 140034: A resolution calling for possible legislation to require third party fire escape checks
  • Bill Number 140055: A bill that would change the inventory of vacant buildings or structures; by adding certain provisions related to databases and website information of vacant properties
  • Bill Number 140081: A bill that would reduce tax rates of the Wage and Earnings Tax for Philadelphia Residentsand the Tax on Net Profits Earned in Businesses, etc.
  • Bill Number 140132: A bill that would shift  an additional portion of the real estate tax from the City to the School District of Philadelphia, without changing the overall combined rate of the City and School District real estate tax
  • Bill Number 140140: A bill that would decrease the rate or rates of the tax imposed upon certain low income persons, providing for refunds of excess taxes paid
  • Bill Number 140143: A bill that would require building owners to register their solar energy panels with the city
  • Bill Number 140147: A bill that would further authorize the Board of Education of the School District of Philadelphia to impose a tax on the use or occupancy of real estate within the School District
  • Bill Number 140148: A bill that would further authorize the Board of Education of the School District of Philadelphia to impose a tax on real estate within the City of Philadelphia
  • Bill Number 140178: A bill that would change tax exemptions for Longtime Owner-Occupants of Residential Properties by extending the time for which such exemptions are available
  • Bill Number 140274: A bill that would provide annual operating support for affordable rental units that are developed using the 4% federal Low Income Housing Tax Credit
  • Bill Number 140278: A bill that would access to property tax relief programs for owner-occupants
  • Bill Number 140451: A bill that would amend the "Sales and Use Tax and Hotel Occupancy Tax," by providing foradditional sales and use tax and for the manner in which the tax revenues shall be used.
  • Bill Number 140487: A bill that would amend the "Zoning and Planning" code by changing the street frontage requirements for lots with multi-street frontage in certain residential zoning districts.
  • Bill Number 140488: A bill that would raise the minimum wage and benefits standard to contractors, subcontractors, recipients of financial assistance, and subrecipients of financial assistance in the city.
  • Bill Number 140489: A bill that would amend the "Sales and Use Tax and Hotel Occupancy Tax," by providing for additional sales and use tax and for the manner in which the tax revenues shall be used.