Thank you, Mr. President. I do want to -- I was in the hearing yesterday for part of it and I did hear some of the questions that were asked, and I have to say I was shocked and surprised as well and very much troubled by the information that we received yesterday, because it really did show that there's a huge gaping hole and no one, it seemed, was willing to step up and fill that hole in terms of responsibility for what happens if you're walking under a bridge and something falls down on you or the spikes that Councilman Jones brought that came from a railroad track that they just assumed some kids had thrown overboard but -- had thrown over the bridge, but as if that was the only way that they could have gotten there, even though there was a lot of debris and issues with the bridge itself.
So I too want to congratulate my colleague on his fantastic work for yesterday.
But I actually wanted to mention an event that we'll be hosting this evening, myself and Council President Clarke. We'll be having a Health Insurance Marketplace enrollment information event this evening in partnership with Temple University Health. It's going to be held this evening at 6:00 p.m. at the Student Faculty Center for Temple University, 3340 North Broad Street. That's Broad and Ontario. And we want folks to come out, find out what information is available to help you become enrolled, what Obamacare means to you, and how we can be helpful to you.
Thank you, Mr. President.