PHILLY VOTERS were on track to approve four ballot questions Tuesday.
With about 80 percent of precincts reporting, all four questions were coasting with wide margins of approval.
Here's what got the OK:
Question 1: Asked if the city should amend the home-rule charter to create a body to set water and sewer rates. This proposal from Council President Darrell Clarke faced intense debate. Clarke wants to set up an independent body on the grounds that the current process - the water commissioner proposes rate hikes and then after public hearings approves them - is too insular.