Fri, 28 September 2018
TheBurg's editor in chief Larry Binda and city reporter Lizzy Hardison recap the recent house committee hearing on Harrisburg's tax bill. They also discuss the upcoming appointment of a new member of Harrisburg City Council. Stay tuned until the end for a spirited discussion of Pawpaws, America's forgotten fruit!
Be sure to pick up the October issue of TheBurg, which hit newsstands this morning. And learn more about the topics in this week's episode at TheBurgNews.com:
State & The City: Harrisburg mayor makes case to retain tax rates, exit Act 47.
House bill would prohibit commuter tax, extend current taxing authority for Harrisburg
Leaving Act 47: The private sector has revitalized Harrisburg in the past. It can do so again.
Former mayoral candidate among 17 seeking seat on Harrisburg City Council
Direct download: Burgcast_Sept_28_for_web.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:17pm EDT
Fri, 14 September 2018
TheBurg Podcast is back following a summer hiatus. We recap the latest developments in Harrisburg’s Act 47 saga, including an effort to lobby the state legislature and the impending deadline to adopt a state-approved Act 47 exit plan. We also discuss HMAC’s recent bankruptcy filing and what the business means to midtown Harrisburg.
Read more about the topics covered in this podcast at TheBurgNews.com.
City Council to consider home rule ordinance as Act 47 deadline nears.
Following online outrage and revenue hit, HMAC files chapter 11 bankruptcy as a prelude to sale
State grant earmarked for HMAC could be jeopardized by bankruptcy filing, CREDC president says.
TheBurg Podcast is released semi-monthly by TheBurg Magazine. It is recorded in the offices of Startup Harrisburg and produced by Lizzy Hardison. Special thanks to Paul Coolley, who wrote our theme music.
Direct download: BurgCast_Sept_14_for_web.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:31pm EDT