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NEWS CONFERENCE BECOMES `DEBATE' * MAYOR, OPPONENT TRY TO OUT- SHOUT EACH OTHER OVER RENTAL LICENSING BILL.:[EIGHTH Edition]
BOB WITTMAN, The Morning CallMorning CallAllentown: Apr 28, 1999.  pg. B.01

Article types:   LOCAL
Section:   LOCAL/REGION
Text Word Count   814

Abstract (Article Summary)

A news conference about Allentown's proposed rental unit licensing law turned into a sidewalk debate Tuesday when opponent Edward R. Foster tried to out-shout Mayor William L. Heydt.

Organized by Neighbors for Rental Inspections, the news conference was held in front of Foster's property at 218 N. Franklin St.

But Foster has ignored deadlines to begin repairs, refused registered mail from Allentown's Bureau of Code Enforcement about ...


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