Philadelphia City Council convened Thursday to honor Secretary of the U.S. Army Patrick Murphy and discuss other resolutions but a group of protesters could interrupt proceedings discuss proposals about zoning.
Council plans to vote a slew of bills for passage Thursday -- many dealing with zoning -- after Councilman Kenyatta Johnson honors Murphy, a former U.S. congressman recently appointed as Secretary of the U.S. Army.
It's still unclear if council plans to discuss plans to build a football stadium on Temple University campus in North Philadelphia and
Residents and Temple students frustrated by the uncertainty of stadium plans planned on heading to council to have their voices heard.
Get more on Thursday's proceedings at PHLCouncil's Twitter.