• Petitioned Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority

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Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority

Stop considering legal action against Ori Feibush and thank him instead.

    1. Sally Hanan
    2. Petition by

      Sally Hanan

      Round Rock, TX

For a local business owner to spend $20,000 of his own money to clean up an adjacent eyesore the local government leaves in full public view for years is to be commended, not punished. Here's the article: http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/sideshow/city-may-sue-developer-spent-20k-remove-40-200922350.html

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    Reasons for signing

    • Ronnie Skolnick LANGLEY, CANADA
      • almost 2 years ago

      This is the epitome of bureaucratic stupidity. It angers me - like trying to have an argument with someone who uses faulty logic.

    • Steve Phipps WEST COLUMBIA, SC
      • almost 2 years ago

      It's bullshit for the city to do this!

    • Julie Woodbury, Ph.D. EDEN PRAIRIE, MN
      • almost 2 years ago

      Philadelphia, get over it. You should have done the job that Mr. Feibush put forth the money AND ENERGY to complete. It is absolutely preposterous that you would require that he return it to the appalling and dangerous condition it was in before he stepped in and did your job for you.

    • Ryan Willis COLUMBIA, MO
      • almost 2 years ago

      When cities and government fail or are simply too petty or stupid to do what needs to be done due to 'budget restraints' or 'zoning issues' it's up to the free thinking citizens to rectify things. And if they push, boycott the city!

    • Steven Cooper SAN FRANCISCO, CA
      • almost 2 years ago

      Why is this important? .....Why not? What kind of asshole sues a man for doing some good in the world? Are we going to kill Obama or Seal Team Six for killing Bin Laden? Fuck that.

      To sum it up, this matter is important to ME because i believe that people like this Ori Feibush guy change the world into something that is better for everyone around him.


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