Friday, September 23, 2011

Daily Briefing, 9/23/11

Good morning everyone!  Here is today's Daily Briefing.

In Allentown, city officials received approval on a loan related to the demolition and construction of the planned downtown hockey arena.  Dorney Park will unveil a Dinosaurs Alive! attraction next year.  The Parkland School District has achieved $1.2 million in savings via bond refinancing.

In national news, Republican Presidential candidates held another debate yesterday in Florida.  Senator Toomey has introduced proposed changes to the way that corporations are taxed in America.  The House of Representatives passed legislation required to keep the government operating after September 30 - the Senate, however, has said that it will reject that legislation.

Oh, and just when you thought we'd finished with the rain: there's a flood watch in effect Friday into Saturday.

We have one Chamber event today: a free seminar on identity theft, to be held in Allentown.

That's it for now!  Have a great day, and we'll be back later.

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