Posts Tagged ‘Kenyatta Johnson’

Why Even The Temporary Privatization of Public Space Is Too Much

Why Even The Temporary Privatization of Public Space Is Too Much

April 29, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Preserving public space from the call of privatism, remembering the racial tensions of 1918, Independence National Historic Park sees increase in visitors and revenues, Land Bank moves its first parcels, and Councilman getting serious about Open Streets > more

Planners To Preserve Wissahickon Neighborhood's Character With Rezoning

Planners To Preserve Wissahickon Neighborhood’s Character With Rezoning

March 7, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Wissahickon neighborhood being rezoned, more civility sought for civic meetings, Germantown church to reimagine itself to stay relevant to next generation, on one North Philadelphian’s effort to organize and inspire his community, an adult literacy center opens on East Market > more

New Mural Fighting Intergenerational Recidivism

New Mural Fighting Intergenerational Recidivism

June 22, 2015  |  Morning Blend

“Fathers and Children Together” in Southwest Philly, fundraising for Uptown and North Philly, making the world better for Smith Playground, and Johnson starts rezoning proposed Blatsetin construction > more

Feibush:

Feibush: “I’m Pro-vision, Pro-development”

November 11, 2014  |  Morning Blend

What makes Feibush tick, South Philly broker organizes anti-casino protest, when horses cleared the way for Philly’s cars, Temple to build commuter lounge, and a roundup of major development projects > more

Blue-Ribbon Panel's Advice to L&I: Become Two Agencies

Blue-Ribbon Panel’s Advice to L&I: Become Two Agencies

September 22, 2014  |  Morning Blend

L&I report calls for mix-up, Johnson still fighting for watermain money, CHOP begins construction on community literacy center, and an orphanage to music hall at Penn > more