PHL-CAW
2/19/2005
  White's daughter gets 150 million PHL bond deal --
Documents also released this week include the transcript of a wiretapped July 2003 conversation between Mayor Street and his chief fund-raiser in which they discuss "selling" box seats @ Lincoln Financial Field to raise reelection cash - upwards of $300,000.

Philadelphia "Airportgate"

The FAA and the City of Philadelphia sent a notification via email this week stating that the 17-35 EIS will be released sometime in early March. Which is also within days of US Airways submitmitting it's updated "business plan" to the bankruptcy courts. Coincidence, what do you think?

Stephen Donato
www.phl-caw.org


White's daughter gets city bond deal
philly.com (subscription), PA - 15 hours ago
Simone White, a graduate of Harvard Law School, worked at her father's firm, as did D'Elia, who graduated from Villanova University Law School. According to city records, both worked on real estate matters at the airport as well as in other arenas. Both have also given grand-jury testimony related to the probe. D'Elia, whose father is William "Big Billy" D'Elia, a reputed Scranton mob boss, has practiced in the areas of public finance and commercial transactions. City records show that White, 32, and D'Elia, 30, opened their new practice, White & D'Elia L.L.C., just recently. They received a city business license Jan. 13.


O'Hare runway foes say FAA sides with city
Chicago Sun-Times - Feb 16, 2005
Opponents of O'Hare Airport expansion suggested Tuesday that the FAA with ultimate authority over the multibillion-dollar project abdicated its watchdog role and has become an advocate for Mayor Daley's runway plans. The Federal Aviation Administration gave a tentative blessing last month to Chicago's plans for new and retooled runways, and the FAA is expected to release a final decision by September.


Aviation Industry Participation In NY/NJ/PHL Airspace Redesign Project Undermines Public Interest -- PHL-Citizens Aviation Watch - Dec, 16, 2004
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has developed the NY/NJ/PHL Airspace Redesign Project, assisted by widespread aviation industry involvement, while excluding all public participation or oversight. For instance, Glen Morse, representing Continental Airlines....


www.delawareonline.com -- Will Philadelphia step in where Delaware fears to tread?
 
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