Wednesday, February 15, 2017

The Daily Numbers for Wednesday, Feb. 15

The Daily Numbers: 300 miles across Pennsylvania, how far Mariner East 2 pipeline will travel.

11.5 miles across western Delaware County, where it rolls through Delco.

3 environmental groups that are now appealing the state DEP ruling giving the green light for Sunoco Logistics to start construction on the line.

30,000 direct and indirect jobs associated with the plan, according to a business study.

7,000 construction jobs.

300 to 400 permanent jobs at Sunoco Logistics’ Marcus Hook facility.

85 police officers currently in the Chester Police Department.

106 officers funded in the city’s 2017 budget.

16.3 million dollar deficit facing the city.

37.3 million, where it could go by 2020 if unchecked.

1 Wawa store in Delco that will feature beers sales, starting Thursday.

2 six-packs at a time, what you can buy at the Naamans Creek Road store.

10.55 acre parcel in Marple being considered for new fire house.

7.7 million dollar cost for the new facility.

82-60 win for Lower Merion over Strath Haven to take boys Central League crown.

4 straight titles for Garnet Valley girls hoops.

60 million dollars being spent by Villanova on upgrades to The Pavilion.

70 dollars more, what it will cost you to buy your Eagles season tickets next year.

7-9 record for the Birds.

2013, last time the team made the playoffs.

2008, last time they won a playoff game.

Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.

If anyone has a clue what the hell the Sixers are doing, can you please give me a call??

I Don’t Get It: A Chief Tattoo Officer. That’s what the Philadelphia Union is looking for. Putting the ink in Inc. no doubt.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Flyer Brayden Schenn, who dropped in on a practice session of the Springfield High ice hockey club to show his support for their rallying cry, ‘Shennergy.’

Quote Box: “Sunoco’s permit applications were woefully incomplete, inaccurate and contradictory and DEP’s review and approval was utterly inadequate.”

- Joseph O. Minott, on the DEP approval of the Mariner East 2 pipeline plan.

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