Posts Tagged ‘Philadelphia Water Department’

New PWD Project To Teach Children Ecology & Technology

New PWD Project To Teach Children Ecology & Technology

April 17, 2014  |  Morning Blend

GreenSTEM systems to be installed in four schools, the inequality of urban pollution, jazz month in Philly, parklets being installed in West Philly, and terrible timing in closing Kensington store > more

Black Writers Museum Reopens In Historic Germantown Residence

Black Writers Museum Reopens In Historic Germantown Residence

February 25, 2014  |  Morning Blend

A cultural attraction opens its doors in Germantown, Gayborhood senior living center a “gift to the community,” majority of Avenue of the Arts building purchased, 4 decades of Philly’s shrinking middle class, and the Water Dept. requests student graphic designs > more

Vestige Of The Workshop Of The World Looks Ahead

Vestige Of The Workshop Of The World Looks Ahead

February 12, 2014  |  Morning Blend

A look at DisstonPrecision, Water Dept. releases guide for green streets, Market8 gets endorsements, Fishtown Rec Center receives new hockey rink, and healthy food options a harder sell than first thought > more

City Making Progress In Tax Collection Efforts

City Making Progress In Tax Collection Efforts

December 6, 2013  |  Morning Blend

How the Nutter administration is faring with delinquency collection campaign, Friends of the Wissahickon look ahead, coffins found by PWD in North Philly, and the need for more density and less cars > more

Superstructure At 33rd In Thirds

Superstructure At 33rd In Thirds

September 13, 2013  |  Vantage

Little fanfare accompanies the short trek between Fairmount Park's East Park and Lemon Hill sections, but under your feet (or tires), the 33rd Street superstructure, including an unusual brick skew arch tunnel, is still doing the job it was created to do at the turn of the 20th Century > more