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UPDATED: Publications and Newsletters, February 2010

GRID Philly, March 2010 GRID magazine is a new Philadelphia-based magazine for sustainability. Covering topics such as energy, food, shelter, transportation, ecology and culture. Sustainable Communities Initiative - West Philadelphia, February…

Visit the 2010 AIA Philadelphia Home Showcase at the Center for Architecture

Visit the 2010 AIA Philadelphia Home Showcase at the Center for Architecture Feb. 27 to March 7 Show hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday-Saturday, 12 to 5 p.m. Sunday…

Big Money for "Livable Communities" in FY2011 Federal Budget

In this issue of APA Advocate, the American Planning Association's Update on Legislative and Policy Issues: HUD Issues Advance Notice on Planning Grants, Seeks Comment Congress approved $150 million FY…

Bart Blatstein to break ground on supermarket in Northern Liberties

First reported on Philebrity: On Tuesday, February 16 at 3:30 p.m, developer Bart Blatstein will be breaking ground on his long-rumored shopping center at Second Street and Girard Ave. in…

South Street Headhouse District Kicks Off 'Heart of the District' Campaign

Weekly Press: South Street Headhouse District Kicks Off 'Heart of the District' Campaign Social media initiative illustrates the eclectic Philadelphia neighborhood and promotes its monthly Fourth Friday event South Street…

Philabundance Opens Produce Distribution Site in West Philly

UC Review: Philabundance Opens Produce Distribution Site in West Philly Philabundance’s Fresh For All program will open its first West Philadelphia site beginning Wednesday, February 10.  Located in the parking…

To UCity Small Businesses: Reduce Energy & Receive Rebate

UC Review: To UCity Small Businesses: Reduce Energy & Receive Rebate With electric bills set to sky rocket in 2011—that’s when PECO’s rate caps will be removed and the cost…

NY releases design guidelines to aid fitness

Associated Press: NY releases design guidelines to aid fitness The city has come up with design guidelines to help architects and urban planners design buildings, plazas, and other spaces in…

Delaware River Waterfront Corporation Publishes Year One Report

Delaware River Waterfront Corporation Year One Report Delaware River Waterfront Corporation (DRWC) was formed on January 30, 2009 in an effort led by Mayor Michael A. Nutter to establish a new…

DVRPC Breaking Ground Conference Registration Now Open

DVRPC Breaking Ground Conference Registration Now Open Breaking Ground: Building Livable Communities in Greater Philadelphia Wednesday, March 17, 2010 -- Union League, Philadelphia PAA one-day workshop designed for local planning…

Take Economy League Survey and Enter to Win a Flip Cam!

Take our Survey and Enter to Win a Flip Cam! The Economy League is working on a new initiative called World Class Greater Philadelphia. We could use your thoughts about what…

Inquirer: How to use old Bethlehem rail line?

Inquirer: How to use old Bethlehem rail line? What's the best use of the old rail line that once carried passengers between Lansdale and Bethlehem? A revived SEPTA commuter line,…

NYT: Out-of-work architects turn to other skills

New York Times: Out-of-work architects turn to other skills At the Ballard Farmers’ Market in Seattle on a recent weekend, passers-by could be forgiven for thinking John Morefield was running…

Make sure you're counted in the U.S. Census

A message from PA Congresswoman Babette Josephs: In March, you will receive a short questionnaire from the U.S. Census Bureau as part of the 2010 Census. I urge you to complete…

Inquirer: Eased federal rules a boon for local transit plans

Inquirer: Eased federal rules a boon for local transit plans By Paul Nussbaum,Inquirer Staff Writer Proposed rail projects on the Philadelphia waterfront and in South Jersey got a significant boost…

David Byrne to speak on bicycle advocacy in Philadelphia

A group of diverse people will conduct a panel discussion on the intersection of bicycle advocacy, urban planning and civic responsibility on Thursday, Feb. 4, at the Academy of Natural Sciences.…

UPDATED: Publications and Newsletters, January 2010

Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission Newsletter: Winter 2010 The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission is dedicated to uniting the region's elected officials, planning professionals and the public with a common vision…

PhilaPlace.org wants to hear your stories!

A message from the Historical Society of Pennsylvania: We wanted to announce the launch of Philapace.org. As an organization interested in Philadelphia's public spaces and neighborhoods, and fostering conversations about…

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