A review of the news from last week. Catch up at a glance.

Should tax abatement be offered to new construction within the City of Harrisburg? PennLive–Papenfuse’s planned proffer to Harrisburg developers: zero taxes on improvements for 10 years

Harrisburg School District. The District rehires Sybil Knight-Burney as Superintendent for the next four years. The District also brings back full day kindergarden for the children of the city.

A street with a cat problem. Residents on Manada Street will hopefully be seeing a lot less cats as the workers from the Harrisburg Area Humane Society begin to catch and remove the cats from the home of Donna Layton.

Fire. A fire broke out at Consolidated Scrap Resources, it is believed that a lighting strike started the fire.

Another parking issue . Residents and those visiting the City are no longer allowed to park along 10th Street. WHTM 27–Drivers issued parking tickets without warning

Crime and Public Safety.

The Good Stuff.

Points for the City of Harrisburg to Ponder.


Marcia Cavanagh

Marcia Cavanagh

Marcia Cavanagh is a graduate of Mansfield University. She studied Public Relations and Business Administration. After applying to jobs for over a year she took an internship at today’s the day Harrisburg and decided not to leave. She currently lives in Swatara Township.
Marcia Cavanagh
Marcia Cavanagh