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    • Michael Nutter

Nutter calls for waterfront action

Photos by Ed HilleJune 26Action Plan for Central Delaware Waterfront By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhilly Thursday night Mayor Michael Nutter whipped up the riverfront faithful with the news…

    • William Penn and Lenape

Feds recommend more SugarHouse work

June 26Previous coverageBy Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhilly    The federal agency charged with protecting the nation's historic resources wants SugarHouse to keep looking for the remains of a…

    • Urban vegetables

Infill Philadelphia has design on good eats

Photo: Chester’s Community Grocery Co-op June 24 By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhillyIt's much harder to eat well when you live in a neighborhood without a store that sells fresh,…

You want to fix Philadelphia's infrastructure?

June 20 Mark Alan Hughes By Thomas J. WalshFor PlanPhilly For the second time in three nights, the auditorium at the Academy of Natural Sciences on the Ben Franklin Parkway…

    • River movement

Breaking News Update: Dredging deal inked

June 23 Flash from The Inquirer website this morning:  Pa. inks agreement on Delaware dredgingBy Henry J. HolcombINQUIRER STAFF WRITER Pennsylvania and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers…

    • Monday's community meeting

PCPC to further study preservation bill

June 18By Isaac SteinbergFor PlanPhillyDuring the regularly scheduled Planning Commission meeting, which followed the Mayor’s speech, commission members heard about City Council Bill 080527, which would amend…

    • World Trade Center

World Trade Center story draws response

June 18, 2008  Letter to the EditorThank you for the opportunity to respond to your June 3rd article regarding the development of the World Trade Center site, “Signs of a…

    • Michael Nutter and Andy ALtman

Nutter empowers planning commission

Photos by Isaac SteinbergJune 17In a major policy speech before an overflow crowd at the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter restores the power of developing this…

    • North Delaware trail

Porteños tour the Delaware

Photos by Isaac Steinberg for PlanPhilly June 16 By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhilly Quilmes City Mayor Francisco Gutierrez walked beside the Delaware River on a new trail that skirts a…

    • Civic Vision street grid

Infrastructure: grid as grail

(This is the sixth in a series of stories examining the infrastructure projects proposed in the Civic Vision for the Central Delaware, their cost, possible funding, and value. This story looks…

    • Boyd presentation at PCPC

Breaking News Update

Imagine what Philadelphia could look like in 2035. How to continue creating that civic-driven vision was the emphasis of the opening presentation at the Zoning Code Commission meeting Wednesday morning. Philadelphia…

    • Onion Flats, Brad Maule and Andy Altman

Jammin' with Altman and Onion Flats

Brad Maule, whose is a must daily read for planners, politicians and journos in the CBL, did his best David Susskind Monday night at Johnny Brenda’s in Fishtown. The blogger…

    • PLICO remains

Convention Center impact on Center City

June 11 By Thomas J. WalshFor PlanPhilly While the teardown of a group of buildings along North Broad Street brought angst and sorrow to preservationists this spring, the demolition has…

    • PlanPhilly wants you

Reaching out for neighborhood news

This week, PlanPhilly is reaching out to Philadelphia’s civic and neighborhood associations in order get a dialogue going that will inform citizens all around the city about the latest planning, development…

    • Nutter cabinet

Gillen to take over RDA in wake of NTI mess

Nutter, Gillen, Pritchett / photoThis just in ... June 5  By Thomas J. WalshFor PlanPhilly Terry Gillen, senior adviser to Mayor Michael Nutter for economic development, has been…

    • Preserve Philadelphia

Putting punch in Philadelphia preservation

June 4 By Matt Blanchard For PlanPhilly If a historic structure falls in the neighborhoods, does it make a sound? Does anyone downtown even notice? That’s the riddle facing cities across…

    • phillystat

Nutter's fast track to problem solving

June 3By Thomas J. WalshFor PlanPhilly Accountability and transparency are established buzzwords of the early Nutter administration, and they might be embodied best by the new PhillyStat program, modeled…

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