Municipal Legal Services

The municipal attorneys at Raffaele Puppio have represented cities, boroughs, Pennsylvania townships, counties and branches state government  for decades. Based in Delaware County, we provide practical, real-world counsel that draws upon our legal team’s decades of collective experience helping municipalities resolve a wide range of legal situations.

Land development, financial asset management, joint ventures with other government entities, environmental regulations, taxation disputes, and public transparency issues are just a few of the matters in which the attorneys of Raffaele Puppio dispense informed and informative guidance.

Raffaele Puppio’s municipal and government law attorneys represent (or have represented) various Pennsylvania governing bodies including:

  • Delaware County Council (Bond Counsel and Special Counsel)
  • Collingdale Borough (Zoning Hearing Board Solicitor)
  • Glenolden Borough (Solicitor)
  • Ridley Park Borough (Solicitor and Zoning Hearing Board Solicitor)
  • Upper Providence Township (Special Counsel and Ethics Commission Solicitor)
  • Yeadon Borough (Solicitor and Redevelopment Authority Solicitor)

In addition, our government law attorney and co-founder, Michael V. Puppio, Jr., has also served as a Delaware County Councilman, a Springfield Township Commissioner, and as a 3 time delegate to the Republican National Convention.

When a Raffaele Puppio attorney is retained as special counsel or as solicitor, municipal officials know they have responsive, cost effective legal advice and advocacy on their side.

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From The Blog

  • Special Education Law: What is KOSHK and Why is it Important?

    June 15, 2016

    An important fact in a special education due process proceeding is the “KOSHK” date, or the date that the parent “knew or should have known” about an alleged deprivation of special education. A “deprivation of special education” just mean that the parents are claiming that a child should have been provided with special education but... Read More...